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I/o error. press any key to restart

After I resettled the motherboard and HDD into the new tower and started running it, I received the following message: ''Reboot & select proper Boot device or Insert Boot Media in selected Boot device'' On the old tower before the resettling everything was ok. Then I cheked all the connections, but the problem still stayed. On the other computer HDD works well. Then I installed new version of XP from the dvd-rom, but during the installation, after the setup files were copied to HDD, and the computer restarted, I received the following message: ''I/O error. press any key to reboot''. What do I do next? How can I fix it? Thanks in advance!

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  • danil_misha2 May 17, 2009

    ThanQ! but pins on the right positions, BIOS see HDD


  • danil_misha2 May 21, 2009

    Thank You! I replaced the HDD and everything worked well!


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The jumper on the hard drive may be on the wrong pins for this motherboard. If it's on MA try CS and vice-versa.

Posted on May 17, 2009

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    Bruce Volkers May 17, 2009

    You are getting the message because the bios is unable to read any data from the hard drive. If I understand you to say that another hard drive will work fine in this system, then the error is in this hard drive. Try running through the install again, paying close attention as you delete and re-create all partitions in preparation for the install. That should clear it up.

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loadTOCNode(1, 'symptoms');-------------------------------------SYMPTOMS:------------------------------------
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