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Ok, I partitioned part of my hard drive and I must have done something wrong. I reset the pc and it got to a screen were it says, last time your pc didnt shut down properly. Do you want to start in safe mode, dos, last known good setting or noramally. But when I select each setting the computer doesnt load any further and doesnt load to the desktop. Also I've tried reinstalling windows. But when I put the windows cd into the cd drive and start the diskup. You known the blue screen at the begining that loads all the files, when it gets to the point were it says windows setup is about to start the pc just stays at tthat screenn. Have I messed my hard drive up? I've also tried resetting the cmos, many times.
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i am sorry to tell u this mate...but i think u messed up ur tables.... its seriously difficult to mess up a hard drive physically...so dont worry they are still working...

but i am a bit lost to how this could happen...best thing for u to do since u already reinstalled os b4 is to rebuild the partition...how to do this? put in the windows cd...delete the existing partition and then create another new partition preferably in NTFS file system....then proceed with windows installation and see if that works....

it has to work, otherwise something more severe has happened or one of ur connections is loose which reminds me, check for loose connections especially if u have two ram sticks....let me know what happens...
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thats the prblem, I cannot even get onto the part of the windows cd to do that. It just gets stuck on a blue screen previous to that.
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Originally Posted by Negotiator
thats the prblem, I cannot even get onto the part of the windows cd to do that. It just gets stuck on a blue screen previous to that.
now that is really weird...first of check all ur connections on the mobo mate....and then check ur drive by listening to weird noises from the drive....

then check the settings on the bios...see if the settings for ur drive is correct in the bios...and then let us know...when u run setup for windows, all the files are first written to ram and then proceeds to the drive...if all ur connections are ok and then ur drive is ok, could be the ram is suffering from a concussion or something...

dont worry too much coz i know it must be killing u not to know whats wrong...but its probably nothing...
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Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
OS - Raptor 74GB, 2xSeagate 80GB SATA DVD Drive, CDRW XP Professional SP 2 24" Dell WFP LCD Screen 
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Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
OS - Raptor 74GB, 2xSeagate 80GB SATA DVD Drive, CDRW XP Professional SP 2 24" Dell WFP LCD Screen 
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Logitech PS2 750watt Silverstone OP750 Cooler Master 830 Logitech Optical 
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