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Selecting and un-selecting drives in BIOS can be a tricky process...let's try this: a) Step 1: go into BIOS, select F9 ( restore defaults) then F10 (save and exit). Re-boot. b) Step 2: back into BIOS, go into "startup" then into "boot" and choose "diagnostics". F10 to save and exit. Re-boot. You should be able to see both your drives (DVD and HDD) while "diagnostics" runs its course during boot. If you have a drive missing, there's your problem. If you don't have a drive missing, back to the previous idea: press F12, choose to boot from CD-ROM and see what happens this time around. Good luck and let us know. Install a fresh copy of windows xp. Thank you.........
Posted on Sep 14, 2008
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