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western digital 120 gb with windows 7 not bootting


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Posted 27 November 2009 - 07:18 PM

so today i spent all day working on my hp pavilion dv8000 with windows 7 and windows xp on two separate drives. after about 6 hours of use on windows 7 i switch over to xp to do some other things and i moved a couple of files to the windows 7 disk and restart to boot back into windows 7 and i get the pxe boot screen which means my drive is not booting but when i go into system bios it shows the drive also i noticed the drive clicks but when i boot into windows xp it shows the hard drive with all of the files on it so can anyone help me? i am very good at computers but this is a head scratcher!
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Posted 29 November 2009 - 05:45 PM

Some how the drive fixed itself i think it might have gotten to hot because i let the computer set about an hour and came back to find that it booted into windows 7 just fine
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