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Terminal Blue screens

I replaced the hard drive with a 10gb and now when I go to run POS software the terninal blue screens, I have this problem with many Javelin Vipers Terminals.



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Re: Terminal Blue screens

Is the hard drive set to master or slave?

Check the bios and see if it is listed.

What operating system are you using?

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