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The only solutions I'm finding on the net are to wipe the drive and re-install Vista... which sucks if you don't keep back-ups of your stuff.

http://www.infopirate.org/what-does-stop-0x0000c1f5-mean

There are a lot of people at this place who have said that a wipe fixed the issue.

If you decide to do this, there may be a way to back up your work, pics, music etc... you can buy an external hard drive enclosure which range in price but can be quite cheap. It basically lets your HDD act as a USB one. In this way, you could copy out your stuff to another computer.

Or you could slave it. You can find many instructables here:

For IDE hard drive: http://www.google.co.uk/search?hl=e...+to+slave+an+ide+hard+drive&btnG=Search&meta=

For SATA hard drive: http://www.google.co.uk/search?hl=e...+to+slave+a+sata+hard+drive&btnG=Search&meta=
 

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