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System become hang when operating sys. is load. and if load then after few day it says boot failure and hdd. detect but not support what is the problem in my system. i already change my hdd. and ram but problem same what i do

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Reinstall your os nd install lesser programs on c drive...

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Make sure you have your hard drive selection on cable select on the back of you hard drive. Also did you change the ribbon cable when you changed hard drives?

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It seems that your first boot was on cd or dvd, or may be your hard drive did not detect, to check both of them go to BIOS set up by pressing F2 or Delete on your keyboard to enter set up. When you are in set up mode go to Boot menu (if you can not see boot menu go to advance). In a boot menu select HDD as a first boot and Cd or DVD as a second boot, if you can not find your HDD it means that your HDD did not detect, and you need to replace it with a new one.
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Sounds as if you have a possible corrupt install of the operating system.

You can try booting from your windows disc and choosing delete existing partition, then format,then reinstall windows.

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Quite often Windows doesn't have the correct drivers to support systems using RAID controllers such as IBM ServerRaid, so this is probably why the setup CD states "No HDD detected, press F3 to reboot". When the Windows Setup CD Boots, it should at some point (on the blue screen) at the bottom of the screen state something like "Press F6 to load additional drivers". If you can get the correct drivers from IBM website, and load them by pressing F6, Windows should be able to see the drives ok. Hopefully it will then be able to successfully repair the error.

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