Thanks for the response.
I am now able to boot to a Hirem's Recovery Disk and none of the ntoskrnl.exe solutions work(it has 10). It doesn't really recognize the Windows system. I can boot to a mini Windows XP version that allows me to see my files and disk drives. I don't think the ntoskrnl.exe is necessarily missing or corrupt as much as the system doesn't want to go to the location to boot.
Here is the exact message:
Windows could not start because the following file is missing or corrupt:
Please re-install a copy of the above file.
Now my question: is the file corrupt or missing OR is the computer lost on boot? When I get into Explorer and see the way my drives are set up, I have Windows on the E: and F: drives (keep in mind I have an array which I think is setup with 2 drives mirrored to 2 drives?). How do I know which is the Windows Root where this is located? How do I confirm that the computer is looking in the right place?
Thanks for the input. Right now I feel I could save the data but I would like to get the computer running like it used to as it would save a lot of effort in a reconfiguration.