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Dell inspiron 8200

Laptop will not boot up. wont recognize my hard drive or disk drive. installed new hard drive 2 weeks ago and it worked fine until now. any ideas?

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  • rnoelle1 Nov 09, 2007

    Similiar problem here. 8200 won't come on. Most of the time when I turn it on I just get a black screen with a blinking cursor in the upper left corner. Every once in awhile I get to the Splash screen then the screen goes black. When turned on the Power and battery light come on (green), then after 5 seconds the battery light goes out, power light stays on. It does the same thing whether its on AC or Battery. I removed all drives and same thing. What do I try next?

  • papou3 Sep 14, 2008

    Can't find Primary hard disk drive, can't find primary optical disk drive.

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Check your BIOS make sure your HDD and CD-ROMs are enable I did the same thing and found i had been laying to much in BIOS

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