Funny enough, it worked, I can now boot up my computer, but if I just boot it up normally, it'll automatically shut down as it's loading. If I boot it up in safe mode, that works. Networking doesn't sadly seem to work, so I'm typing this on another computer. Nevertheless, I tried playing around with it. IF your wondering, I do have the retail installation CD. Now, I know playing around with it wasn't my best bet, but I tried all sorts of things, like CHKDSK /R, but that took hours, and still didn't finish. So I simply stopped it when I saw the % go down.
I also tried things like FIXBOOT, or FIXMBR all giving no results. Oh, and before I forget, I have a Dell Dimension 8400. So, in another attempt to fix it myself, I pressed F12 as I started my computer, finding a error log while looking though, seeing something around the lines of. "Out of range, Cpu 0 Temperature.", the 0 had a cross diagonal going though it.
Nevertheless, if anyone knows a solution to my problem, it would help very much. It's urgent that I get my computer working again ASAP.
Edited by hamluis, 03 May 2011 - 10:59 AM.
Edited topic title.