|Here's the deal, I don't know exactly the problem. Power interruptions during patching can kill important Windows files, the volume they reside (C:), and/or the HDD itself (the gray box inside your PC.) You'll have to check all three. |
To do that, you'll need to get bootable media. The preferred tool is an install disk of Windows 7. You won't install Windows 7, but it does have recovery tools you'll need. Ask around and see if you can borrow it.
Once you get a copy and boot off of it, there should be an option to repair your PC. Pick that option, and open a Command Prompt. I'm going to assume Windows is both stored on and boots off of C:. You should probably poke around and check to see it is. If not, adjust the following commands as required.
At the Command Prompt, type:
chkdsk c: /r /v
Once that's done, many hours later, run this command:
sfc /scannow /offbootdir=c:\ /offwindir=c:\windows
When that finishes up, remove the Win7 install disk, and reboot.
Also, I'm kinda worried about this "buzzing"
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