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Have a dell latop p2 400 with 12 gig hd . hd l think is bust have got a 8o gig to put in place of it .but laptop will not startup. **** with thanks

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Your 80GB hard drive does not have an Operating System installed.

You'll either need to buy an Operating System Installer disk from a website such as this one (Operating System are located in the category Software>Operating Systems), or ask someone who has an Operating System Installer disk to install your Operating System of choice.

Just know that the hardware within your computer MUST be compatible with your Operating System of choice and that you MUST have the system resources to support your OS choice.

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