do you guys know wtf the problem could be????
You brought the computer to Best Buy. That's the first problem.
dont worry if i found out they gonna charge my *** again im gonna demand my ****in money back and tell everyone in the line to go somewhere else.
Best Buy techies aren't real techies. That's not a banger, that's the reality of the situation. They're simple shmucks who they train to do basic computer troubleshooting, the SAME way they train shmucks to run the registers and stock shelves. The fact that any of them has even SEEN a computer before is irrelevant to their process.
What Best Buy is doing is setting up a standard in-store servicing department, and as always the task is for crap, expensive, and il-advised.
Your first step, before going to Best Buy, should have been to post here (or on some other techie forum). We probably could have helped you at that point.
Now that problem is not only that your computer is fycking up, but Best Buy has put their hands in the problem.
Chances are, by know, you're best choice is going to be to wipe that drive and start over from scratch, doing a full reinstall of the system. Even IF we got your computer back up and running, the chances that Best Buy have already screwed things up too much, are high. It's not totally their fault, it's just a problem they shouldn't be handling and they solved it the only way they know how: reinstall. It's a good process, mostly, but again, il-advised.
Unless you have something important on the hard-drive, reformat it and install Windows. If you're still running into problems after a full reformat and reinstall, let us know.