My Samsung R159 won't startup. It was working perfectly this morning before I left my house - before I left I put the laptop to sleep and wasn't in the charger. When I came home I turned it on, during the loading screen just before the login screen, it went black, restarted and went to Samsung Recovery Solution. Recovery has done tests to find the problem 6 times but it says it cannot find it. I did a System Restore to a checkpoint from last night, and it still won't startup, it keeps going to the Recovery wizard.
I pressed F8 to get the boot menu up and tried to get computer running by running Safe Mode, was still taken to page with Launch Repair or Start Windows Normally. I then tried clicking the option to disable system restore when the computer crashed so I could see the error, and I got this: a blue screen appeared and said "STOP: c0000005 The instruction at 0x%08lx refernced memoryat 0x%08lx. The memory could not be %s." Turned it back off and it came back to start windows normally, which would just lead to the same page, or launch repair.
I've had 7 repair attempts through Samsung Recovery Solution and it still can't find the problem. I checked the logs of repair results, everything is perfect. But, I don't know if this means anything, but one thing says 'harddrive0' followed by 'Roots of problem 1', or something similar to that. No other scans of the drivers produce that result.
I looked up 'harddrive0' on Google, and from what I can gather, my hard drive is either dying or is already dead.
Is anyone able to help?