it sounds like your talking about your front rotors right? to remove the screws id use an impact driver (like a screw driver that you pound with a hammer to make it slowly rotate) since that will not help now. i suppose you could drill them out...personally id try to get it dont professionally at this point (i need my car everyday) if you can let it sit in a garage then the choice is up to you) on my 97 accord the front rotors were hydrolically pressed onto the hub and the wheel bearing needed to be removed to change the rotor. if the bearings are broken and you remove them then you must replace them. if not then your good. that big nut does need to be removed but the rotor is still pressed onto the hub. this is my experience but other people may have found a way around this problem.
sorry i cant be of more help,
when you dont have the money for autozone...go to home depot!
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