Win 7 Won't Boot BSOD HD indicates it is 100%full

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Fauss88

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I Have a Toshiba Portege R707 Running Windows 7 Home Prem, 64 bit. A few days ago it began getting sluggish and my wife finally told me it was frozen and would not boot. I have tried booting it to a repair disk, safe mode and using an original boot disk. It simply freezes and I am not sure how to get a copy of the BSOD as it flashes through very quickly. I am not sure why the HD filled up completely or how to eliminate some of the files/data to give windows enough room to start. I have Partition Wizard Home Edition Home Edition 7.1 and could clean it out for a restart but would like to save the Picts and Docs if possible. Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks in advance for your assistance.
 

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Boot to a "rescue disk" (that will run entirely in RAM or off the disk) to delete unneeded files and/or backup data. Puppy Linux is one possibility.
 
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