Question about Dell Inspiron 1501 Notebook
1. purchase a 2.5" usb enclosure.
2. remove your hard drive and install in the enclosure.
3. plug the enclosure into a working computer and copy or move your important files onto working computer.
4a. reinstall the laptop hard drive and try a repair installation by booting from the XP cd. (if you are running xp)
4b. reinstall the laptop hard drive and try booting to Last Known Good Configuration. Press either the F5 or F8 key while rebooting to get to the menu.
4c. purchase a new hard drive and reinstall the OS using the reinstallation cd's
Posted on Dec 09, 2008
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