Question about Dell Dimension 4550 PC Desktop
I removed old hd installed new one . Hd has been picked up but can not boot from any drives BOOT.INC default= signature(782dcdc)
Your old hard drive contained files used by the OS, as well as the OS itself. If you replaced that HD with another, and did not clone your existing install onto the new HD, then there is no boot record, nor is there anything to boot. It is not possible to just swap a HD and expect it to work without either cloning the old drive or performing a fresh install of an OS. The fact that it is detected by the BIOS is good, as you can install a new OS onto the new drive, or use a program like Ghost to clone your old drive's contents onto the new drive.
Posted on Jan 30, 2009
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