Long live the HD. Or not. So yeah, fun times. I'm currently on my same computer, running off a Knoppix DVD, which is surprisingly nice. Iceweasel is a lot like being in cozy old Firefox, but without all the useful bookmarks and saved passwords. The bulk of my important stuff is handled one way or another. I'd already reduced all my games to Steam's stuff, so getting them back will be no problem. I already kept most of my TV shows on a separate internal drive, which works perfectly. Documents and projects are already backed up to a thumb drive. That just leaves some inconsequential stuff, but I was unable to save my music and a few other shows in time. I am new to this Linux stuff, though I've already grasped the basics. I got Knoppix specifically because I'd heard that it could help me access those older files on my drive, at least long enough to move them, but I'm clueless as to how. Basically, I'm just looking for any sort of help I can get right now, even if unrelated to that. Thanks guys!