I don't know if giving my desktop specs will make any difference but what the hell here they are: AMD FX-8320 GIGABYTE 970-DS3P 16 GB G. Skill sniper series RAM Zotac GTX 970 Crucial MX100 256GB( boot drive or c: ) Two (2) western digital blue 1TB Harddrives(for mass storage) The PSU is a Raidmax RX-530SS and it has a blue LED light under the fan. One day I was gonna crash out but didn't want to turn off my PC because I had active downloads going on, so I just decided to turn the bright-*** blue LED off via the button on the back of the power supply. Problem was while my hairy sausage fingers were fumbling in the dark crevice behind my computer I had accidentally turned the power supply and subsequently my entire rig off, and for some reason when I did this it either caused a complete drive failure or a severe software error. Now when I try to turn on this thing I get: File: \boot\bcd Status:0xc000000f Info: The boot configuration for your PC is missing or contains errors. Refreshing the PC isn't an option as the boot drive is locked. I don't want to reset my PC but couldn't anyway, something about a partition needed to be tweaked. Anyway, I tried several command prompts I got by googling my problem but all failed so far. I input chkdsk /f c: and then Format c: /fs:ntfs and this basically gave the option to wipe the drive and start over, but I did not have the clairvoyance to back up any of my data before this little incident occured, so I wussed out of taking that approach to fix the problem. Right now I have ten thousand tabs open trying to figure out how to get back into my PC without getting screwed and losing all my files and I could use some advice.