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You need to be more clear than that. You say detecting an array? What kind of array? When does it say that? Do you mean you have an array of hard drives installed? If so, then so what?

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I did not post the oringal problem, but I have the same problem and can provide more detail ... we lost power and not PC will not boot ... I get the E on the screen for E-Machine and press F10 for Boot Menu or F2 for Bios ... but neither key does anything ... and initially at power up the fan sounds like a jet plane ready to take off but then settles down after a few seconds ...

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