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MY COMPUTER BOOTS UP W/BIOS INFO(KEYBOARD,SPEAKERS)

THEN IT GOES TO "DISK BOOT FAILURE, INSERT SYSTEM DISK AND PRESS ENTER. I TRIED PRESSING F8,& F10 KEYS TO RE-BOOT IT. DOES NOT WORK AT ALL. GOES RIGHT BACK TO THE SAME SCREEN. WHAT IF I DON'T HAVE THIS DISK. WHAT SHALL I DO TO FIX IT. THIS IS A COMPUTER I BOUGHT FOR MY KIDS IN OCT 2005 TO DO HOME WORK. SOMEONE REPLY BACK WITH HELP.

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I do not know if you can do this, You should open you CPU and Unplug the cable to your HardDisk and plug it again after one - two minutes.

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