What happen is that I replaces the img100.png C:\Windows\Web\Screen to change the Lock Screen image. What I did was that I use the the Advance to change permission of the whole Screen Folder so I can make changes. Even though I got errors I was able to change/replace that image. So I rebooted and I am no longer able to boot into my Windows 8. I try to fix the boot manager booting into my W8 USB drive with Command Prompt but it couldn't find or locate a drive. But there is a x:/source folder that contain my OS. After that I am no longer able to boot up with my bootable W8 USB(keeps going into the bluescreen "The boot configuration data file doesn't contain valid information for an operating system") drive so I have to create a bootable W8 DVD that will let boot up W8 installation disk. So I try to do a full reinstallation. When it got to where you Select Drive To Install my SSD doesn't show up. I click on Load Driver>Browse>and I can see Boot(x that is my SSD. The next thing I can think of is to remove the SSD and connect it to my external USB and try to format it on my other computer. But it would not pick up my SSD in Disk Management. I even try putting my SSD into one of my eternal Sata cable(took awhile for my Windows 7 to boot up) and still it doesn't show up in Disk Management. So now I don't have a clue of what went wrong. Is my SSD corrupted? If it's corrupted why can I still able to view Folders off my Windows 8 in Command Prompt? What is exactly wrong here? Does anyone know a way to format a SSD that it can't been seen in their computer? Is there a way? My SSD is a Force Series F60GB Corsair.