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Booting problem(When I ON my pc its not booting but shows only desktop board )

,when I boot my computer system it immedietely shows the intel inside logo and doesnt boot,when I check BIOS it will not detect my HDD ,It only show floppy drive and Cdrom drive in boot priority but trying many times to on /off System its start Botting my system. I tried to repair it by changing IDE cable from CdROM to HDD and re fitted tightly all Connection along with RAM but itwill not give any positive effect. Please tell me about the solution of my problem so that I can get rid of it. I am using pentium 4 with intel desktop board D865GBF having 3.0 GHz processor, Win XP-2 OS with IE-6

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  • Jalal Ahmad Sep 02, 2007

    As I do not have another Machine, this solution was not possible for me to check. I have check mu HDD by the utility software provided by Samsung.It shows there is no error in my HDD.Any way I plan to find another HDD and check on my system for the problem.

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Have you tried the HD in another Machine? The HD could be at fault.

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