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Nuts. I dont have the windows cd with me, this might have to wait a couple of days.
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A BSOD does not necessarily mean he has an unstable overclock. it more than likely means ha has a bad device or more likely a corrupt driver. He can't tell ANYTHING until he at least gets into safe mode and shuts off all unnecessary processes then tries to boot back up in normal mode.

There are like a gazzilion things that could be causing a BSOD, and virtually none of them mean reformatting.

If it's telling you to run chkdsk, then it may be your HDD. Run chkdsk /r (not /p) and see if you have any problems there. If it finds anything, run the SpinRite .iso to fix any disk errors. These are the first things I normally do for a blue screen.
Okay I finally got a hold of my windows cd, ran chckdsk /r, and at 26% gives me: "The volume appears to contain one or more unrecoverable problems"

Any other options?
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Okay I finally got a hold of my windows cd, ran chckdsk /r, and at 26% gives me: "The volume appears to contain one or more unrecoverable problems"

Any other options?
Short term, yes there is an option. But long term , you need a new hard drive.
Your disk has errors, you could try to format and flag the bad sectors as unusuable, however, you'll eventually get too many bad sectors its not worth the time. Go buy a new hard drive it will solve your problems. To be sure run a program called DFT (Drive Fitness Test). It will tell you if your hard drive is bad and all the major manufacturers use this utility.

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hm, dang. I seem to have real bad luck with hard drives, this is my 3rd one in like 2 years. I guess Ill reformat for now and see how long it takes to die again
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That error code is a HDD problem. I got one of those when my HDD wasn't plugged in all the way, but if you got an error running "chckdsk /r" then it must be something other then the HDD not being fully connected. Sorry to hear that.
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dont reformat just yet!

while in repair try also using the cmd "fixmbr" that should at least help you boot into windows

edit: also you can let the disk run and it will go to the license agreement then look for another version of windows on the disk....you can have the disk repair the currently installed version also
    
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http://www.ptdd.com/ use partition recovery doctor
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Don't buy another maxtor again..
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dont reformat just yet!

while in repair try also using the cmd "fixmbr" that should at least help you boot into windows

edit: also you can let the disk run and it will go to the license agreement then look for another version of windows on the disk....you can have the disk repair the currently installed version also
lol damn! Too late Thanks for the input though guys.. ill keep notes for next time. And yea, I'm done with maxtors!
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sorry man I was like 5 minutes too late.

On the discussion of HDD manufacturers...dont buy the 1tb WD green drive.

I had one here there failed after 1 month of use, after doing some research on them, it seems this is a wide spread problem with them.

This is the drive that goes into the external 1tb "my book" also.
    
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