It did not come up with the usual warning message about not being shut-down properly, in fact it booted-up as it normally would but then halfway through the Windows loading screen it would return to the boot-up again. Then it continued doing this with no progress, boot-up then halfway through loading windows return to boot-up screen and so on. After 10 minutes of this I turned it off, left it for some time then turned it on again but the same thing happened.
I took the hard-drive out and installed it in another computer as a secondary hard-drive, when I turned on the computer it recognized corrupt index files (Only 2)on the hard-drive and repaired them, now that hard-drive seems to be running fine in that computer as a secondary/slave drive with no apparent data loss or corruption.
So my question is: Was it my Windows or was it a problem wit my PC? and if I try re-installing the hard-drive back into that PC will I be putting my Hard-drive at Risk?
I was told some time ago by a friend that the Motherboard is faulty, as it has had a number of issues come up in the past that it usually recovers from on it's own after a while, but this is a new one.
Edited by Tamie-Lee, 26 February 2011 - 06:24 AM.