Apparently I am the queen of destroying hard drives...
This time, it's my office computer, which is used for virtually nothing except quickbooks, printing contracts and looking at weather... Go figure.
It's a dell desktop about 5 years old, but in brand new condition, short of having a corrupted hard drive. I tried to kill it all and reinstall xp from scratch, but it says: setup has determined that drive C: is corrupted and cannot be repaired.
how exciting! So I'm going to head to best buy tomorow and get a new drive.
I think it's as easy as pulling the case off, pulling the current hard drive out and putting in the new one and then reinstalling xp and my other software, right???
Thanks as always for the non-retriever help.