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Your computer can not find the system to boot from.
Which suggests that your BIOS has lost where to look for the system.
Check your BIOS for the correct Drive settings ie A if floppy Drive C if hard disk or "x" if CD
where "x" is equal to CD's Drive Identification.
Then try rebooting.
If that still does not work
then SET BIOS to Boot From floppy Drive A: and ensure you have a bootable Floppy Drive in drive A: and try rebooting again.
If that works it would appear that you have lost you your operating system from your hard drive which will require you to reload the operating system to your hard disk. (Remember to set Bios to Boot from Drive "x" where your bootable source is to reload the operating system)
Posted on Oct 01, 2008
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