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I have a last ditch solution for you. Using Norton Ghost make a ghost image of each partition, obviously not the whole disk. If this machine has a CD burner you can make the image directly to a CD using Ghost 2003 if not you will need a spare hard drive. When you have finished you can remove the partitions on the troublesome disk, I would use Killdisk this can be obtained free from the internet it has the benefit of destroying the boot track so you should not have any residual problems from the first build. If your disk proves to be ok you can then reload the partitions that work and may be even have a look at the bad partition(s) you may be able to fix it or them.
This solution has the benefit of allowing you more than one try to solve your problem, you will also find out if your first disk is damaged.

Regards SuperCub
 
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