Question about IBM ThinkPad T20 2647 Notebook
I left my laptop on for about an hour or two while i was out of the house and when i came back home i noticed it was off. i tried turning it on and would not boot up. I then removed the ram turned it upside down and placed it in the oppisite port. i then put in a different hard drive. While the computer did boot up i got an error after the windows xp logo. it says everything is ok but there was a dvd error. i tried reloading windows on it but i cant get past the error screen. it give me the option to enter ibos or boot device setup but dose nothing when i try them. any help would be greatly appericated. thanks -david
Unfortunately only few people know your problems solution but I'm happy that i can help you.
Its simply a problem of setting HDD ( Hard Disk Drive ) type which can be changed using BIOS setup. I hope your laptop must have SATA but if its not working on current settings then please change it to another options available.
Surely, your system will get booted after that and furthermore you can re-install your windows again...
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