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Showing error I/O status 00001000

Dear Sir/Madam, My name is saurabh kumar and I have a 40 GB hard drive of Seagate of 2002 model and is currently having a problem when I try to install windows 2000.The error is I/O Status error 00001000 and is unable to continue installation.Please provide help.

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Dear Techsan 1. Try updating your pc BIOS(only if you know how to). 2. Try disconnecting all other drives, eg. cd, dvd, fdd, usb devices and try install now.

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