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ok reboot you computer and press delete when your bios boot screen appear then go on your hdd-ide-sata screen and look your sata configuration and set it on sata-enhanced or compatible this is becose you are running on windows xp. bye and good look
The sata cable\bus that connect the hard disk with the motherboard get loosen up some times.
that results in the disk boot failure.
if you once remove the sata cable from the harddisk and motherboard and then fix it tightly you can get
the system working properly again.
if the problem again persist then bye a new sata cable and fix it by replacing the older one,
your board may support sata however it may support sata 1 not 2 and your hdd may be a sata 2 one..so all you have to do is to check the hdd jumper and set it on sata 1 and also check the bios for the right settings to be made... good luck bye