Last night I had a system failure while running my PC in an overclocked configuration. Aftering reseting the BIOS settings I was unable to boot into windows. I keep getting a message saying that "C:\windows\system32\config\system is missing or currpt. Please insert the installation CD and hit 'r' when prompted to repair this problem." When I get to the useless repair menu I am able to find the file that is corrupt, but I am unable to do anything about it. I don't have any backups and I have 100gigs of data on my striped sata raid setup that I cannot afford to lose. Is there anything simple I can do to remedy this? I was thinking that maybe I could buy a new hard drive and install XP on that in order to copy my files over before re-installing XP back onto my SATA drives. Is this a viable option? Also, If I wanted to configure this extra drive for a Linux system (to play around with), should I make my XP disk to fat32 vs NTFS? Is there anything that I might have on the XP drive that I would need access to?