Suring start up i am getting this message "invalid configuration file, please run start up" after a few minutes i get this message "no physical harddrive found"
in the bios it does not detect the hard drive , i fear that my hardd drive has gone bad. Any expertise on this , anyone ??
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Re: error at start up
The first thing I would try is to remove and reseat the hard drive. With the laptop oriented with the cover latch towards you the hard drive is on the left of the laptop towards the front end.
-Flip the laptop over and locate the hard drive carrier door.
-There is one screw holding the drive in place, remove it.
- Lift the hard drive door up until you hear a click.
-Slide the hard drive out of the computer.
-Reinsert the drive and push the hard drive until it is fully seated in the hard drive bay.
-Reinstall the retention screw.
If that doesn?t work then you either have software corruption problems or hardware failure or both. Let us know if you have any other questions and please don?t forget to rate this post.
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49 errors are often caused by the printer receiving commands it does not understand. Sometimes hardware failures but not often. To determine hardware or software, turn the printer off. Unplug any network or USB cables attached and turn printer on. If it will come to ready with no cables attached, then likely you have a print job that is causing problems. This can be fixed by installing the latest firmware from HP.com. Download the Easy Firmware Update Utility version. To install this update you need to have the printer connected to the computer, so check the print queues to make sure that there are no print jobs pending, delete them if there are. Plug the network or USB cable back in. Wait a couple of minutes to make sure that the 49 error does not come back. If printer stays on ready, run the upgrade utility and your problems should be gone. If it is a hardware issue then a different set of trouble shooting steps applies. Post back if this does not fix your problem.
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Otherwise, you can try to install it from different CD, or installation file.
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click Start>>Run>> (type)Msconfig>>Click ok
System configuration utility window will open up
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