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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Foxconn 6100K8MA-RS Motherboard
Hi You need to make sure that your boot sequence sets to boot from hard drive first. Also, make sure that the hard drive sequence has the hard drive enabled. If this does not work, then let me know so I can give another suggestion.
Posted on May 31, 2007
use xp sp2 bbootable disk and simply run a repair installation it should heal your system
Posted on Nov 22, 2008
SOURCE: BIOS CHECKSUM ERROR
Normally a bios checksum error is caused by a dead cmos battery. In a laptop that can be a pain - some are specialty batteries, some soldered directly to the motherboard, etc.
Start the laptop and enter the bois, there usually will be something to tell you what key to press, most of the time it is f2 or f10. Once in the bios set the date, time and boot order, then save and exit the bios. If it boots ok then try to determine what type of battery and it's location on the laptop to replace it.
If you let me know the make and model of laptop I will try to help determine that info and also where you can get the battery. That will more than likely be from eBay....
Hope this helps
Posted on May 02, 2009
SOURCE: Hi. Well there are not
That is probably an harddisk failure. First check the cable , both data and power to the harddisk. make sure your bios is getting the harddisk on its boot menu / first page on bios. if or when HDD is ok and still not booting up the pc, you should consider an operating system reinstall.
and please comment here to let me know the progress.
Posted on May 24, 2009
This maybe the first sign of a complete hard disk failure. When you manage to bootup the computer, backup your data.
When you bootup again and get this message then power down and reseat the cables on the hard drive connector and at the motherboard connector.
If you cannot get the hard drive working then you need a new hard drive and install Windows etc to get a working computer again.
Posted on Sep 21, 2009
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