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Azim, are you still receiving the same error message as shown in Screenshot #1? The data on the drive can easily be retrieved as long as the drive isn't permanently damaged. I usually use an external enclosure, a LiveCD and rstudio to recover the data. In your case it might be easiest to slave the Samsung drive in another computer and grab the data that way. If it's applications you want then it's probably not going to work. Typically documents, pictures, movies ect are the easiest to grab.

Let us know

Good luck
Ok, here is little upgrade, I only got now one Error message: "DISC BOOT FAILURE, INSERT SYSTEM DISC AND PRESS ENTER"
So its getting little better, So what do u recommend me to do now?
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Ok, here is little upgrade, I only got now one Error message: "DISC BOOT FAILURE, INSERT SYSTEM DISC AND PRESS ENTER"
So its getting little better, So what do u recommend me to do now?
Azim, in your BIOS go to the "Boot" menu. That option is located up top next to "Exit". Check your "Boot Device Priority" and change the 1st Boot Device to "Hard Disk". Also make sure under, "Hard Disk Drives" (in the Boot menu) that your drive is listed first and not a removable device or a Bootable Add-in Card. I have your manual right in front of me so the settings I am viewing should be pretty close.

Let us know what happens

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Alright joe, thanks.
Don't think I'll bother with S&M, I see no real reason to go through such a thorough stability check when I'm not really that far from stock and it never crashes on me.
I couldn't afford to replace my system at the moment if it breaks on me, and I wouldn't want to either, at least not before the Phenom II.
I think I would rather be a little "unstable" than rock solid as a dead brick
 
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I think I would rather be a little "unstable" than rock solid as a dead brick
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Azim, in your BIOS go to the "Boot" menu. That option is located up top next to "Exit". Check your "Boot Device Priority" and change the 1st Boot Device to "Hard Disk". Also make sure under, "Hard Disk Drives" (in the Boot menu) that your drive is listed first and not a removable device or a Bootable Add-in Card. I have your manual right in front of me so the settings I am viewing should be pretty close.

Let us know what happens

Good luck
Nothing happens. It's same like before
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Ok, here is little upgrade, I only got now one Error message: "DISC BOOT FAILURE, INSERT SYSTEM DISC AND PRESS ENTER"
So its getting little better, So what do u recommend me to do now?
Azim, the next step would be to attempt a repair on the MBR (master boot record). After POST the BIOS looks for the MBR which basically tells the hard drive what to load ect. The MBR holds the drives primary partition table. If the MBR becomes corrupt or damaged then you'll run into problems.

You can try a few things. First give the "fixmbr" command a try. This was suggesed by Blitz in a earlier post (thanks Blitz). Here are a few more details about this: http://pcsupport.about.com/od/termsf/p/fixmbr.htm.

You could also try replacing some files. Check out these quick instrutions: http://www.indiastudychannel.com/res...ING-Files.aspx. I'm not saying this procedure will fix the problem but it's worth a shot.

Good luck
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Azim, the next step would be to attempt a repair on the MBR (master boot record). After POST the BIOS looks for the MBR which basically tells the hard drive what to load ect. The MBR holds the drives primary partition table. If the MBR becomes corrupt or damaged then you'll run into problems.

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You could also try replacing some files. Check out these quick instrutions: http://www.indiastudychannel.com/res...ING-Files.aspx. I'm not saying this procedure will fix the problem but it's worth a shot.

Good luck
I got it fixed by Formating, reinstalling my XP, but i ****ed up with it, by deleting accidently all my files, but im still happy so i go this fixed,

THX to everybody that helped me!
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I got it fixed by Formating, reinstalling my XP, but i ****ed up with it, by deleting accidently all my files,
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Guys, I'm building a Phenom rig for my friend to replace his old computer. The new one is in my profile if anyone is interested, I haven't handpicked the parts tough, they come in a bundle, I'm just there to put it all together.

Anyway, he parts come with a copy of Windows XP x64 but he is thinking of buying Vista instead. If he does, then he has offered me the XP x64 as thanks for the help if I want it.
But I'm not sure if I need it, is there anything to be gained though x64 with just 2GB of RAM? Like higher bandwidth?
 
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