Overclocking? Not sure about that. I only used ClockGen to overclock my PC (didn't change any BIOS settings).
How could it corrupt my Windows?
Anyways, here's an update. I looked more into my MBR (used a tool that shows you more information, etc - http://www.geocities.com/thestarman3...br/MBRWiz.html
). It looke like everything's fine with that. Partition 0 (C: ?) is active and is configured so system boots from it.
I tried using an NTFS boot floppy (Freeware called ReadNTFS) and when I booted from it, it showed both C: and D: drive. Unfortunetely, for whatever reason, it could only access the D: drive. When I tried opening C: it kept freezing. When I tried opening D: it was all right. Weird...?
Should I give up and give my PC to some tech guy? I think I know quite a lot about PCs but this is where I give up.