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Your hard drive has failed to load.In the bios did it show the hard drive?Can you hear the hard drive?Do you hear a clicking sound?The are signs that the drive is failing.Try to boot to a windows cd, see if this will allow you to see the hard drive.If you can chances are you might be able to get your data from the drive.Once you do so replace the drive.