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If your computer has the old floppy disk drive on it, then Remove the Power Cord, Remove the Case and then remove the cable from the back of the floppy disk drive. Evidently the drive is bad.
If there is no floppy disk drive on your computer, turn the computer off, restart it and watch the screen for which key it says to hit to get into the System Bios or System Setup and hit that key. You have to hit the key when you see the message or it will not work and you will have to reboot it. Once you get into the bios check your devices and drives for the Floppy drive and set it to None or Not available ( It is probably set on auto or enabled). Also check your Boot Sequence or Boot Order in the bios and remove the Floppy Disk from being in the boot sequence or set it to be after the Hard Drive and CD Drive.
You took your battery out and your computer lost all memory of what components it has installed. Hit F2 to get into the System Bios Setup. Look for your Disk drives and you will see your floopy disk drive there also. You should set the Floppy to Not Installed or None. It is probably set to Auto or 1.44.
Ok. It sounds like something happened inside the BIOS settings for the machine. Most PCs todays do NOT have 3.5" floppy disk drives (drive A) anymore. There is a place in the BIOS where you select the type and size floppy drive connected as drive A. One of the options is "NOT INSTALLED" . If your BIOS setting shows a floppy drive and there is none present, every time you boot up it will give the Floppy disk seek error you mention. Next time your boot, select the F2 option. Check to see if a floppy drive is selected. If so, change to NOT INSTALLED. Also, there may be on the advanced page an option of "Floppy seek at bootup" . You can disable this and that will help as well.
Hi. You computer seems to be booting up using the floppy disk and your floppy disk drive might not be connected properly, not working or not even there. Press F2 to run the setup utility and disable the floppy seek in the bios. It will most likely be in the "Advanced CMOS setup" area, or the 2nd screen depending on your bios. look for "Seek floppy drive at boot?" or, "Disable floppy seek at boot?" or something like that. When you find it, make sure it's not enabled for the seek. Save the change on exiting. :-)
To remove the message just go to bios, press f2 when you turn on your computer, press enter in boot menu, set first boot in hdd and second boot in cdroom (using + - key)and disable boot from floppy by pressing the space bar Go to advance and if there is any setting about swap or seek from floppy make it disable