Hi friends, I am in need of a little help. I have a 60 GB, 7200 RPM Samsung hard drive. Last week when I was browsing the screen suddenly froze and the harddisk went into busy state for a minute or so (indicated by the harddisk indicator on my cabinet). Afterwards I restarted it thinking it might be some low memory problem (I have 128 MB RAM only). On rebooting my harddisk is being detected as 60 GB Primary Maser but then it waits at that instance (i am asuming it is searching for some more parameters). Next it gives me a message to insert a bootable disk. I tried booting through a bootable CD ROM and accessing the drive tru DOS but it gives me "Invalid drive Specification". I also tried attaching it to my friend's PC (Windows 98) but it does'nt go past the hardware detection screen. I think my track 0 has bad sectors. The harddisk in still under warranty so I can still exchange it but is it possible to recover my data without my warranty getting void? Is there any way to do a low level format or something and get my data back? Please can anybody provide me with details? Thank you in advance. PC Configuration: 2.6 GHz P4 Hyperthreading Enabled, Asus P4-P800VM (865 Chipset), 128MB RAM, Samsung 60GB 7200 RPM (PUMA). Windows XP Service Pack 1.