This is an older gateway gaming computer. It has scsi hard drives two of which are pluggable. I believe all are at least 2 TB. The C Dr. is a highbred drive. When it tries to boot it fails. I see the dreaded blue screen flash briefly and it takes me to the screen that asks to try to boot or use the repair disc. The system recovery options program shows a Windows 7 operating system on my F Dr. this is the tribe that I used to back up system and has on it a system image. I am guessing that the C Dr. building section is shot. When it tries to boot the drive seems to be working in the windows logo screen first comes up and it dies there. Then the screen that says that when does that not start shows up with the options I’ve tried to start Windows normally or go to recovery. It then stays in this loop. I’m guessing it may be time to buy a new computer and we are considering a laptop. However I would like to get information off of the seat drive as well as another drive on the system that I call that you drive that has 2 TB worth of pictures backed up on it Suggestions? Just to have in the past I spent way too many hours trying to get OS two to work as well as other operating systems. I would just like to have somebody be able to solve this problem for me this timeWhat Chris Said ........ what exactly is the problem.
However I would like to get information off of the seat drive as well as another drive on the system that I call that you drive that has 2 TB worth of pictures backed up on it Suggestions?
Thank you. That would be very helpful. Oh Thanks iSCSI or Sata
probably SATA ... unless you put in a SCSI Card and drives PC's have by and large used IDE and now SATA Drives.
I would guess your C Drive is starting to fail and has or is suffering some file corruption
have you seeen the a specific bit of the BSOD that might list out a specific file
like nvidia.sys cause Stop Error Code .....
or something more generic like
IRQ Unequal to or Paged Memory Error
well as long as the Hard Drive [ C: ?] is showing up a working drive this can be connected to a USB to SATA adapter nad a file recovery attempted
2 tb hard drives are cheap these days. depending on memory this would be a good time to upgrade to Win 10
I am no longer working in Hollywood to help, but I know a couple of PC Techs I'll reach out to one tonight