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Re: fujitsu siemens amilo laptop
Do you have any cd's in the cd drive or any floppys in? it could also be a usb flash drive or external hard drive. If its none of those check the bios settings and see if your hard drive is in the boot order. If its still doing it after that I would say it could be a corrupted hard drive or corrupted os on the hard drive. If all else fails try to do a system recover using the recovery cd's. if that fails its a bad hard drive.
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That usually means that your HDD (hard disk drive) is dead and its no longer readable. By start up pres F2 normaly thats the button normaly that will lead you to the BIOS go on overview and see if your HDD is still detected by BIOS. You can also try to see how bed things are by inserting a rescue disk on your CD/DVD drive press F12 when you do that and try to diagnose the problem. You can also try to reinstall your OS(operation system) sometimes that also helps but not in many cases. I Hope that help you a bit.
I would do a complete operating system reinstall.
The M15x uses a program called Dell Datasafe Local Backup for factory restores. You can access this program from launching the application from within Windows (it is on the Start Menu), or by using the F8 Windows Boot Options menu. Press F8 after the iniital POST screen (Alien Face), but before you see the Windows logo on the screen. There should be an option to repair Windows, which will launch you into a recovery mode that allows you to restore the system. This option is available even if you have uninstalled the Dell DataSafe Local Backup app from Windows (I did, as its constant polling causes stutterin in Blu-Ray playback). Good luck!
when upower up thecomputer enter in bios setup press del or F2 or F1 to neter in bios setup when u power up.
thenr eset bios defaults settings.
then check your hardiskk is deteted or not.
if sata is enabled then disable then press F10 to save settings.
This is because it has not written the system files yet as it has frozen on repair.
assuming youv'e set the cd as the first boot device, it sounds like a complete re install is now necassary, but if you get the cd to run you will need to format the drive first then a clean re install.