Okay, I figured myself to be somewhat computer competent over the years but I guess I was way wrong. I was in the process of taking all my good hardware out of my main rig and installing it into a new HTPC (which would soon become my one and only computer). At this point I had been using the HTPC for a few months and it had its own windows xp drive in it. I have been having some BSOD issues in the HTPC so I decided to toss in my main rig's windows drive and run it off there (plus all my good programs were on it). So I tossed in the main rig's windows drive into the HTPC and soon as windows would try to boot it BSOD'ed with a critical failure. I tried it a few more times hoping to boot into safe mode but I couldn't get anything to work. I then took the main rig's window drive and put it back into the original folder. Now it won't boot into windows and I can't even repair the drive with my original XP disc... how screwed am I? Is there anything I can do fix this situation and not lose everything on the main rig's window drive?