I have the newest 21.5" iMac with Mavericks. I installed Windows 8 via Bootcamp and gave it 125 gigs to work with. Everything worked fine for several months, until I got VMWare Fusion yesterday and tried to use it to boot into Windows so I didn't have to keep booting in and out of my computer to access the drive. VMWare Fusion apparently corrupted the drive because it kept saying "there was a problem with your PC" when I tried to boot up. This lasted for about the first 15 times I tried to boot into my Windows partition via VMWare. I then tried to boot in the old way of restarting the computer while holding down option and selecting the drive, but it showed nothing but a black screen. I've tried booting into the drive via the old way and via VMWare probably about 100 times since then. I keep getting different screens when I boot now. Sometimes I'll see the Windows logo and that's it and it will progress no further. Sometimes I'll see the windows logo with "please wait" below it, but it still will not progress. Other times it's just black. This drive contains 80 gigs of information I really would like to keep. I have a backup external drive, but it's using Time Machine to back up my main drive and can't back up the Bootcamp drive since it's NTFS. I still have access to the Bootcamp drive in Finder, where I can see all of its contents. How can I correct this? Can I just copy all of the contents into the backup drive without using Time Machine backup and then wipe my Bootcamp partition and replace its contents with the stuff from the backup or what? I have no idea what to do. If anyone needs any more info, please ask. I'd really like to get this resolved quickly as I have work I need to do on my Windows side.