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Sat Jan 7 20:33:12 UTC 2006
> I double checked my reference about filling the harddrive, which isn't
> exactly the error. The problem is w/ filling your root
> directory/partition. If it's greater than 90% full, you can have
> problems. This doesn't explain why Windows won't boot though? I have
> to agree w/ the above poster...I'd boot from Knoppix and explore your
> hard drive a bit. If you can't boot Knoppix, it's likely a problem
> other than harddrive. If it does boot and you can read/write to your
> harddrive, then it's a software problem. If you can boot Knoppix but
> are unable to read/write to the drive...it's probably the drive.
> Here's a link to Knoppix in case you don't have a copy.
> www.knoppix.com .
Can you boot into safe mode in Windows and do a recovery from the
recovery console? If you didn't install the recovery console in Win,
just put in the Win Cd reboot and hit F-8 Read the instuctions Heres a
link to that:
or Google it if those instructions won't work for you.
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