Start-up detects my hard drive, and the process displays: "Windows is loading files" and "Starting Windows.". The process stops before the "Windows log-in" displays, going to the ASUS splash screen. The "Windows 7 Boot" disk, "Windows 7 System Repair Disk", nor "System Image Disks" function. Is there a method available which will enable me to "see" what is actually on that drive without removing it? (i.e. viewing drive by connecting to another computer.)
I start-up in "Safe Mode", drivers load, goes to black screen with Microsoft(R)Windows(R)(Build 7600) @ top of screen. Approximately 10 minutes later, "Error: RDVD folder does not exist!" appears. When "ok" is clicked, "Asus System Recovery Tool" pop-up appears. Upon clicking exit, pop-up "HideActivePartion function: DiskID = 0 is error!" appears. Click "OK", PC restarts to "Reboot and Select proper Boot device" screen. Main objective is to determine if data on drive is lost.