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In my experience, this means that the operating system (OS) has been somehow corrupted. There is a possibility that your hard drive has failed, but this usually is not the case. I would recommend that you first try running hard drive testing software from a bootable media, such as the ones that can be found on the Ultimate boot CD at 'HDD/Diagnostics' in order to verify that your hard drive is still working properly. The previous step can be skipped, but if your hard drive is faulty, then you will encounter the same problem again later. At this point you have a few options: first you can try to repair the OS installation with the OS installation or recovery disc. Another option is to completely reinstall the OS. The previous option usually works for me, but this will usually result in the loss of all your files; to counter this I would recommend a using a Linux live installation disc (such as Ubuntu) or Parted Magic (can be found on the Ultimate Boot CD) to recover desired files to a flash drive (Parted Magic should only be used by advanced users).
insert the operating system CD, restart the computer and enter BIOS, change boot method to CD or DVD drive first, save changes, restart and then let it boot to the OS CD, select the option to install OS then you can delete partitions or just reformat existing partitions before reinstalling the OS. Be sure to save important files before you start with the process. hope it helps
This is cause by deletion or correption of System files (In most cases VIRUSES), Try to reinstall Operating System from authorised service centre or you can do it (Risky)
You can format and reinstall OS(xp,vista,win 7,linux) . Restart computer when booting goes on press F5 Or DEL key to goto bios setup menu change boot order to first cd drive then hdd PressF10 and press Y and enter. computer will restart Insert Xp cd. Press enter to boot from cd Follow the instructions Then your problem will solve.
It may caused by the curreption(deletion) of important system files, You can format and reinstall xp,vista,win 7,linux,mac os . Restart computer when booting goes on press F5 Or DEL key to goto bios setup menu change boot order to first cd drive then hdd PressF10 and press Y and enter. computer will restart Insert xp,vista,win 7,linux,mac os cd. Press enter to boot from cd Follow the instructions Then your problem will solve.
must be virus' job. insert ur operating system cd/dvd in the cd/dvd rom and restart ur pc. press a key to boot from cd when asked. then repair os using recovery console. if the problem still persist then re install windows
Hello, If you had bought your OS, then you would probably be having the bootable OS CD with you. It is very simple to format your system. Follow these steps, 1. Restart your system and go to setup by clicking the F2 key. 2. In the setup, go to boot sequence and place BOOT FROM CD at the top of the list. save changes and exit from setup. 3. Now insert the OS CD in your drive and restart the system. The system will now start from the CD. 4. This will take you to the XP setup from where you would be asked to partition the harddisk for formating the OS. 5. follow the steps given by the setup and you have your new formatted OS. Good luck!
Check you BIOS settings and make sure that the hard drive is recognized in the BIOS. Also try clicking on reconfigure hardware settings and save and restart the PC. You might need to do a clean installation of the OS and this will require that you have a Windows Operating System Installation disk.
I think OS is vanished that's why it asked for system disk for OS....you can chk one think just go to motherboard bios and change boot from hard disk instead of cd drive then restart system if still prob remains then could be it need to reinstall OS