|24 Dec 2011||#1|
Is my hard drive broken/damaged from being unable to start Windows?
While running memtest86 on a bootable cd, it froze which I then restarted my computer. It is now unable to start up Windows 7 Ultimate x64. I can reinstall Windows but would like to know if the whole event damaged my hard drive. I can only start up to where the orbs make the Windows logo before it restarts. Also there is no noise, smoke or smell coming from my hard drive. Is it possible that it is damaged beyond use and repair?
Also my BIOS seems to have changed the name of the Hard drive to SATA instead of HDD
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