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Ive formatted IBM 6824 harddisk but startup no display

The hard disk i've formatted using another PC and put in back to IBM 6824.when startup no display at all and i can't go to CMOS setup also.

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    joecoolvette Oct 27, 2012

    You just wiped the harddrive clean when you Formatted. Should have put the harddrive in the IBM, and the Windows disk. Take the harddrive out, and see if you can get to BIOS Setup.

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SOURCE: IBM Netvista 6059 - Can't upgrade to windows XP

Right well XP Pro really MUST be formatted with NTFS only... I suggest you get a third party partitioning program like Partition magic and completely remove the partition & redo it all again & this time Format NTFS. Or if ya have a WIN98 boot disk, and ya can use FDISK, Delete ALL partitions, and remake them again, using all the disk space, then format as NTFS, then proceed as below Then using your windows XP PRO setup Disk, start the install ...then when asked about where you want the install located, select C & REFORMAT it AGAIN with the windows setup using again NTFS file system... this should finish & then the Install should "see" your entire hard drive and format it accordingly and then when finished you can proceede to install XP.

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