Posted 06 October 2007 - 07:03 PM
Today I went to dust out my computer and lubricate the fans. Eventually I got up and bumped into the table, causing the system to shake. As I was testing it to make sure I had everything together, I turned it on and it didn't work. I had to do a dirty shutdown and unplug it because I could not turn it off. What I had forgotten was that I unplugged the PSU's 4-Pin adapter from the mobo. I'm not sure if it was this or the shaking, but I am experiencing trouble booting XP now.
Every time I boot, I get the BSoD. I get multiple errors but I get an error with NTFS enough to say that I've corrupted the file system... I think... Yet it somehow makes it to the Windows login screen and can even start to log in...?
I can't boot to safe mode as I also get the BSoD. Can't run to the Recovery Console, it also gives me this error.
I tried my recovery disks but they aren't compatible with my computer.
I run an HP Pavilion a210n (I know, it's freaking old).
Not completely sure if it's my file system considering it gets to the login screen but I think it is.
I get a variety of BSoDs including
and I think it messed up my PCI driver too as it's mentioned that in the BSoD once.
Any help would be appreciated.