I have 2 computers: Mine and one for my sons. My sons' computer got infected a few months ago, and thanks to Blind Dragon and others here in the forums, I was able to clean two nasty rootkits from the C drive. Now however, tons of registry errors have caused their computer to bluescreen over and over, many times upon boot up. The BSD msg states "PFN_LIST_CORRUPT". This started after my sons tried to run Team Fortress2 (legit copy) On the Steam network, which worked for a little while before the BSoD's started running rampant. So I decided it was time to simply reformat the drive and start all over. Only theres one slight problem: Even though in the BIOS the 1st boot device is set to the CD/DVD rom drive, I can't get it to boot from it to start the windows CD for some odd reason. When "Press any key to boot from CD" appears, you can mash the entire keyboard if you wanted to - still makes no difference. Windows starts as though no key was pressed, and the BSoD pops up, the computer auto - resets, rinse, repeat ad infinitum....... So I'm at a loss: Is the HD fubared? Or can I salvage this potential paperweight?