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After replacing my crashed hard drive I would like to replace the data from my Bytecc Backup Star ME-808. I do not know the BIOS setting I have to change on my H.P. computer. Can you help.

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Restart your computer and while restarting press F10,

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warning suggests that user is required to immediately backup all data and replace the failing hard drive with a new one. Hard drives may go bad due to mechanical component failure, electronic faults or firmware corruption.

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How do i fix my hp decktop hard drive please let me know ok i need help .


When you get an error message relating to hard drive then the fault could be a configuration or a faulty hard drive.
1st go to the BIOS configuration and check the BIOS setting for the hard drive - Does the BIOS detect the hard drive?
This problem could be a problem with the data connections to the hard drive.
If the hard drive is not detected, turn off the computer and open the case and remove the data cable from the hard drive and re-insert the cable back into the hard drive, also on the other end of this cable, remove the data cable from the motherboard connector and re-insert the cable. Then reboot the computer.
If the hard disk does not spin up and the computer does not detect the hard drive, then the hard disk is probably faulty.
To get the computer operating again, the hard disk needs to be replaced and Windows installed on the new hard disk plus the HP desktop's device drivers and your programs.
Please let me know if this solves your problem and if you need further assistance.

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Most likely scenario is the drive is dead, but also the BIOS on your computer is old itself, I believe there are a few BIOS upgrades available for that model, might want to check with Dell support site. If you have access to another computer, there is a way to check your drive. Go to a computer retail store or on Ebay, but a EIDE/SATA to USB adapter. This will allow you to take a hard drive out of the case and attach this adpter to it and plug the usb side into another computer, laptop, doesn't matter...that computer will read the drive as an external hard drive....if the drive is indeed still viable. If it is, this would be a good time to save your files to the other computer for safe keeping until you can get your other system back on its feet.

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If you're not good at sodering I'd suggest replacing the whole motherboard. Otherwise go Here <<< for a guide on the bios, and how to replace it.

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Your Hard Drive is getting weak replace it with a new one , sometimes when it gets weak and get bad sectors it does not take up the OS and Boot bcoz the data written get lost so replace it or do the double check as follows

check ur hard drive is it showing u in Bios the main culprit is ur Hard Drive try re loading ur operating system by formatting ur hard drive otherwise Change ur Hard Drive it has become weak , there is a hard drive checking utility like HDDLIFE try connecting it to another desktop and scna it thru this software see the strength of the hard drive ur self download the trial version from website www.binarysense.com and let me know if it helps ,

basically if u computer boots ok and goes in bios when u press key that seems like ur whole pc is working ok incl RAM the only thing that is responsible for the operating sys is Hard disk it is where all files reside so when it crashes or get weak it doesnt give up files to boot so pc is unable to boot forward

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