Hello! I have a major problem: I have a sick PC, which has lots of data/software on it which I really prefer not to lose. The PC gives "missing/corrupt hal.dll" messages on boot and will no longer actually 'do' anything. Spec: P4 2.3Mhz Intel WinXP Pro (missing install disks and no recovery disks) CD-ROM, CD-RW, Floppy Seagate 80Gb HD I have another PC (thank heavens), and I have tried hooking up the 'sick' HD to it as a slave, but then during booting (at the point where you get the Win2000 bootscreen) it jumps to the infamous 'blue screen of death'.... Spec 2nd PC: P3 600Mhz Intel Win2000 CD-ROM, Floppy Seagate 20Gb HD Now what I would really like is: To retrieve ALL my data/software from my 'sick' HD and continue using WinXP Pro. What I'm willing to settle for is: Losing ALL my data from 'sick' HD and starting all over again with Win2000 on it. I DO NOT have a any WinXP CD ROMs I DO have a Win200 install CD I CAN download stuff and burn CDs if necessary Can anyone please help me?