|Just use the WIndows CD that came with the computer. You are going to need it any ways. You boot to recovery console and run CHKDSK to repair your drive. It may have gotten damaged when moving the computer around without waiting for it to fully shutdown.|
To make a bootable CD just for your information, you need to have an ISO file and an ISO burner like...
I keep XP, Vista, Fedora, or what ever ISOs for just such a reason. If you use an XP ISO make sure it is a VLK or it may not work with your key. Again it is best to use the disk that came with your computer. If you don't have one, call the tech support team for your computer and they can send you one.