My 2008 MBP was dropped and I now have disastrous errors. I was getting 3-4 minute long beach balls to even click on an item in the finder, not to mention a 10-15 minute bootup time. I booted from the Snow Leopard disk and am now running disk utility to repair. The name of my OSX partition is no longer the same, and when I try to use the reboot function, that partition is no longer available to choose. Disk Utility is reporting a ton of errors and hasn't repaired any of them as far as I can tell. First, there is an Invalid node structure error and then an attempt to rebuild catalog b tree. This is being followed up by a neverending string of invalid record count, invalid key length and invalid node structure errors. I will let this run for several hours, just incase something good will happen. I'm assuming not. So, here are my questions: I've got most of the OSX partition backed up with Time Machine. I will try to put the computer into Target Disk Mode to see if I can recover any other stray files (not critical). I know I can reinstall Snow Leopard and restore from Time Machine for my OSX partition. How can I go about doing the same for my Win7 Bootcamp partition? I haven't tried booting into Windows yet. Is there a program which can clone the partition while in target disk mode? My Windows partition is not particularly important, and I can always just reinstall from scratch if necessary. Any advice?