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Hi Your harddrive has bad indexing unit so this problem arise.
For that you need to fix error on harddrive.
First open cpu cabinet reconnect RAM memory and both connection to harddrive and power cable and ide or sata cable.
Then for fix error on harddrive boot computer with cd/dvd rom then enter in recovery console and type in prompt "chkdsk /r" without "" then press enter then it fix error on harddrive.
Then again boot computer with windows disk then choose repair option then if still problem arise then you need to repartitioning the harddrive then format harddrive and install windows then it will work fine.
Let me know if you need further assistance.
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Most cases the harddrive is faulty if with code the PSA+ 2000-0151 code means
Hard Drive (d): - Incorrect status: (x) (s) etc...Caution:Remove any and all power sources Including but not limited to: AC
Adapter, Battery, or Desktop Power Cord, before you remove or reinstall
an item in your computer." So Run the Drive Self Test (DST) from the Utility Partition also known as
the 32 bit diagnostics to determine if the previous error has been
corrected. If the DST from the Utility Partition does not indicate a
failure of the drive, we consider the error to have been corrected and
the drive does not need to be replaced.
Open up your ps3 on the right site with a small flat screw driver. Turn out the blue screw with a small cross screw driver, slide the hard drive to the left and pull it to warts of you, note it is a 2'5 inch sata notebook harddrive. Hook it up to a pc or mac to run a diagnostic check on it to see if it is crashed, by the way you're able to tell by the sound it makes if it crashed.
ok I have the best solution for you you need to do the follow in order to solve this problem ok My name is Juan and I am a ps3' proff so don't worry this is fixable in a portable usb card reader install the newer ps3 update go to sony and in your usb created a folder with the name PS3 in capital letters and inside this folder created another folder with the name UPDATE and download the update on this folder once you have the update ready connect the usb storage device to your ps3 turn the ps3 on and press the PS logo on your ps3 control then on the next screen press STAR and SELECT at the same time and the ps3 is going to start looking for the update follow the instactions and then some model on the next screen you have to press again SELECT and START at the same time but this time hold them for 5 seconds and the update will start after the update finish it will start normally if you have problems doing this call me at 706 529-0579 and ask for juan thanks
Error Code 0141 means no drive detected.
If that's your problem then you should take out the harddrive out and try it on another laptop or buy an external enclosure.
You can get them for $10
If it won't run on another computer that means the harddrive is bad but if it does run then it means you have a serious issue within the laptop componants.
Try removing the jumper from the harddrive, then restart
Take the jumper off restart shut down and then put it back on again
remove the CMOS battery from system board and boot once after booting shutdown your system and insert the battery back, again start your system and press F1 next time it won't ask you for pressing F1. reset your BIOS after that (time,date,etc.)