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Booting Problem I have every settings in the bios for booting from Harddisk but it doest work when i boot from cd rom it works but when i set settings on bios it oesnt work it goes on either network boot or MAB confirguration and i also feel that it does not supply power to haddisk.

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It cannot find your hard disk to boot from
Check the 4 pin power cable is correct and that the ribbon cable is fitted correctly. with the stripe side nearest the power cable and next to the No.1 pin on M/board

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not working..you can disable the floppy drive on the bios set-up as well
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