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Backup server won't boot up

Gets stuck at Satalink screen. Shows #1 and a number after it, cursor stops on #2.
It was a barebone kit we bought from Tiger Direct years ago. Asus K8V Se Deluxe Socket 754 Kit, AMD Athlon 64, Atx Mid-Tower Case. I tried unplugging the external devices to see if this would help but it still gets stuck in the same place.
There are no beeps when I try to start it.

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  • dwilson66 Jan 15, 2009

    You are correct. I tried unplugging the external storage devices and still had the same problem, but then I took out the swappable hard drives and it boots up. (we just got these last week) Is there any configuation I can do to make it recognize those devices when it boots up?

  • Stephen Horan
    Stephen Horan May 11, 2010

    Did you install a driver or update before this happened. That problem is common with printers being plugged in and also extrenal drives.

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Is it USB or SATA drive? In the BIOS there is an option to allow USB boot device.

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