| first uncheck auto reboot and see what error it gives you when it blue screens the computer. report the error back and we will see what it is about! oor try to anyway! LOL|
Take a look in event viewer and see what errors are reported in it. Look in all three sections of event viewer...when the error shows highlight and double click it for more details of the error!
I would think that there is a problem with the second drive not starting properly. Accessing the drive with a linux disc doen't mean that the drive is ok ...it only shows that it is still accessable with the linux disc.
You can get a manufacturers utillity disc and see what it reports as any errors on the disc and the utillity may be able to repair the drive without loss of data.
I would first use that linux disc first and backup everything on the drive before I did anything more.
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