Question about Samsung NC10-14GW Notebook
You may want to check the drives for any disk. If you find any remove them and restart. If this doesn't correct the issue, it could mean that your hard drive is bad or going bad.
About the only option you have is to try a factory restore by visiting here.
NOTE: These options will restore the machine back to initial status. You will lose all personal data that hasn't been backed up. Also. since you aren't able to start Windows, you will need to try this option.
Note: If you are unable to load Windows, you can still run Samsung Recovery Solution by holding the F4 when powering on the computer.
Posted on May 27, 2009
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