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Vista Boot-up Error...PLEASE HELP!!!

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Has anyone ever encountered this error:

Status: 0xc00000e9
Info: An unexpected I/O error has occurred

My system was running fine last night and then went to check the weather this morning (net) and found that my system had rebooted due some Vista updates. I found the error and tried rebooting and same error. I tried using the Vista disc to correct the error, no avail.

Any information will be greatly appreciated!!

The system is:

E4300, ECS P4M800 V2, 2GB Ram, 6600GTOC (AGP)
Vista Home Premium (x86)

thanks so much in advance!!!
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try unplugging all external drives and usb devices you can, otherwise use the vista "OS" dvd to try and restore original settings. the repair console-like thingy...

EDIT: also, some people with HDD cyclic redundancy (failure during disk read / write) have been reporting this issue. try dropping a hard drive if you can (if you're not in raid or something) just to test that out. worst case reinstall o.0
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all external drives were unplugged. The only USB devices that are currently hooked up are the keyboard and mouse. I tried to use the vista disc to restore old settings and it told me I didn't have any stored settings.
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does vista (like xp) have a recovery console? if so, run dskchk or an equivalent prog to test your HDD integrity
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