This is totally weird. I was troubleshooting a Dell Optiplex GX110 yesterday for another error and a separate problem. While I was troublshooting I put the HD on my machine because it is the same model and I wanted to see if it would work (like I said this was part of a separate issue). First it looked like it was working which is what I expected. Then while it was booting it sat at the "applying computer settings" for about 10 minutes before I turned it off. I made sure I had the cables pluged in well and turned it back on. The HD started smoking (I have blown power supplies and even a monitor but I've never seen a blown HD)!! Thank God the user came by yesterday and took off his info. So I fried the HD. That isn't the weird part. The weird part is when I plugged my own everyday W2K HD back in. The thing worked yesterday afternoon. I had it unplugged until this morning and when I try to log on I get this error: "There is no Paging file or paging file is to small." Then it goes on to give me directions on how to change the paging file size but when I hit OK rather than letting me in to change the size it takes me back to the logon screen. When I google the only directions I can find are while you can actually get into the system.