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Error saving operating sysm on hard drive

Error lodding operating systm on hard drive (it brings this information no device drivers were found, make sure that the installation media contains the correctdrivers.
same times it shows the drive partition ,when you continue to install also says no drive were found

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Sound like the had drive is going out.You should consider replaceing it.  

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