Compaq evo n800v saying non system disc or disc error
Hi,i have just purchased a refurbished compaq evo n800v,it was working ok in shop but when took home and switched it on its saying ( non system disc or disc error,replace and strike any key when ready)i have no idea what this means and how to fix it,thank you,margaret
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Please right click on my computer icon select properties and then hardware next select the device manager tab and you will get a new window in that look for sound,video and let me know if you see any question mark besides it.
My laptop is not working in the proper manner.Because for the screen the belt is may be some loose contact.some times the screen is shaking at the time of booting and immediately hanged.Then system is not working.Some times if we press upon the screen then it will work in good manner.If we remove the pressing hand,immediately the screen shakes and hanged the contents immediately.
This error can be a couple of things. If the "boot block" on the disk has become faulty, the system won't recognize that the disk has an operating system on it and will generate this error message. If the disk is defective completely, the same error will occur. If you have a boot floppy or CD, try re-writing the boot block on the disk. If that fails to resolve the problem, the disk is defective and will need to be replaced.
Looks like it's just a notebook IDE drive. On the bottom of the laptop, there should be some symbols that look like hdd platters in a vertical line. Unscrew the screws next to these symbols and pop that cover. Remove hdd, take old hdd out of the metal cradle it's in and put the new on in there. Then screw back together.