Specs: WinXP Pro AMD Socket 939 (AMD X2 4200) NVIDIA nForce4 SLI - GA-K8N Pro-SLI 2.5GB ram So I was having problems with connecting to the internet so I decided to reinstall my drivers for my LAN device. The installation didnt seem to have worked successfullly (nForce utilities were not working) so I tried reinstalling the driver again. After installation completed, instead of saying "You must restart your computer now or later" all that came up was "1155: [Okay]" Then I restarted the computer and now it does not load XP after BIOS initiations. Just kind of stalls with a black screen, but the computer does not reset or shut down, just stalls. It gets passed the BIOS stuff but does not show any of the XP boot screens. I looked it up a little and found http://www.cgsecurity.org/wiki/TestDisk that for data recovery, and potentially making the drive bootable again? I'm not sure what to do, any way to get the computer to boot windows again without any loss of data? And a correct procedure of reinstalling the LAN driver would be nice, as it didnt work as I expected (unusual) Any and all help is appreciated, hopefully I can get my rig back up and running in no time!