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31 Mar 2008
I've been running windows xp home on an amd64 3200+ with Maxtor hard drive. Windows boot failed suddenly with a blue screen stop error: Windows could not start because the following file is missing or corrupt <windows root>\system32\ntoskrnl.exe.
Please re-install a copy of the above file.

I went to Microsoft support and reinstalled the file per the kb article for that error. Then I got a succession of different blut screen stop errors. I called Micorsoft support and spent hours on the phone. They finally said I needed to do a good disk check.

Rignt now my main concern is recovering my files from the hard disk. I have a working ubcd disk as well as a Bart's PEbuilder boot disk. I also have another computer on a local Belkin54g router. (The down computer also has a belkin 64g card). I can't get the belkin to work using the ubcd.

Can anyone help with:
A. getting the two computers talking to each other so I can save the critical files from the hard disk to the working computer.

B. identifying a good utility to see what's wrong with the hard disk on the down computer.

Thanks for anything you can do.

Tyndish
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30 Mar 2008
I've been running windows xp home on an amd64 3200+ with Maxtor hard drive. Windows boot failed suddenly with a blue screen stop error: Windows could not start because the following file is missing or corrupt <windows root>\system32\ntoskrnl.exe.
Please re-install a copy of the above file.

I went to Microsoft support and reinstalled the file per the kb article for that error. Then I got a succession of different blut screen stop errors. I called Micorsoft support and spent hours on the phone. They finally said I needed to do a good disk check.

Rignt now my main concern is recovering my files from the hard disk. I have a working ubcd disk as well as a Bart's PEbuilder boot disk. I also have another computer on a local Belkin54g router. (The down computer also has a belkin 64g card). I can't get the belkin to work using the ubcd.

Can anyone help with:
A. getting the two computers talking to each other so I can save the critical files from the hard disk to the working computer.

B. identifying a good utility to see what's wrong with the hard disk on the down computer.

Thanks for anything you can do.

Tyndish
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