Like in the topic of this post - my boss turned off his PC (quite an old one, based on a Pentium 4, 32 bit) while Windows XP was performing a system update. And of course Windows lost some important files. Now the computer is not starting any more (after Windows XP loading screen, it goes dark and nothing is happening). So, as an Ubuntu and Debian user, I have an idea - I could make a USB stick with a 32 bit version of Ubuntu 15. I could then boot into the Live install version.
Will I have an access to hard drive on this PC?
The reason is that there is a folder with all of the invoices and other quite important documents.
Thank you in advance AskUbuntu!
Best wishes, Raph.