voices - 12:37 pm on Jul 9, 2005 (gmt 0)
the first thing I always do in this case is boot to dos and then see if I can read the drive. Just cause it won't boot doesn't mean the drive is bad. I usually have an old computer laying around so another option is to set the drive as a slave and try to read it that way. If you can read it, back it up before you mess around with it anymore.