Finally back, have had some SERIOUS problems here, but dont get shaky yet
My friends always says to me that I have more luck than I deserve, especially with women
The problem is my nature, I want to try the limits. This year I have crashed both my car and my motorcycle, anyone else than me, should be dead but I almost got out of it with no scratches at all. I only had a small surgery :-)
Therefore I can be brave/stupid enough to tinker with my bios. But I ran out of luck when I should resize my NTFS partition with Partition Magic. Of course I got the warning messages, I should make a emergency disk and so on, and of course I did give a **** about it. Just full throttle, thats me. Of course I got a system that didnt boot, and the XP recovery said that the partition was unknown, not NTFS. This time I got really worried because I had LOTS of really valuable work on my computer with no backup.
Anyway, I bought an adapter to plugin the 2,5" laptop harddrive in my desktop computer, for doing some file recovery and XP on my desktop booted up, while booting I was talking to my collegue (my desktop takes long time to boot, its a Windows 2000 Server with Terminal Server/SQL Server/Exchange Server) and didnt notice that the checkdsk fired up, If I had seen that I had cancelled it and instead runned some real disk recovery tools, but checkdsk did it! No problems with accessing the disk and the files whatsoever
So I made a full backup, inserted the hard drive back in my 5660 and made a clean install. So, now back to the BIOS basics. I have concluded that its the KB 822603 hotfix that made the sounddriver use a lot of CPU. So now that hotfix is the only item in Windows Update that I havent installed and the computer just runs fine.