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How to re-install server2003 on IBMx3400current Os is corrupted. .im new to IBMx3400. tried but setup says no harddrive three 68gb SAS installed

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OS may be corrupted due to your hard drive failure

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My cf19 wont boot up after it goes to the blue panasonic screen it says "no operating system found" i dont know what to do.


Hi,

There are three main causes for this message to display after turning on the computer.

1. The Operating system (Windows XP, Vista, 7, Linux, Mac OS..) is corrupted or is missing. You might have accidentally deleted or formatted the C: drive or the operating system is just unreadable due to corrupted system files.

2. The harddrive is not detected by the computer.

3. The partition on the hard drive where the operating system is located is unreadable due to bad sectors.

Here are the steps that you can try.

- Go to the BIOS (Basic Input Output System) setup by pressing F2 or F10, depends on what make an model of the computer.
- Check if the hard drive is detected. The hard drive is usually labeled as Drive 0 and you can find it either on the main tab or system tab. Again this depends on the BIOS and make and model of the computer.
- If the hard drive is detected, install a fresh copy of the operating system.
- If the hard drive is NOT detected, check harddrive cable/connections. You need to unscrew the hard drive compartment and reinsert the hard drive or put in a new hard drive.

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If you are installing the new OS from the disk drive you have to direct the motherboard to boot from their first. While in system setup (F2) arrow right to the boot sequence menu and toggle the choices till you have cdrom at the top followed by HDD, and finally USB, if there is no diskette drive I would just disable it. Also you can toggle off OS install mode.

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Have you tried the option of working in safe mode ? Well this could be either of these three issues.
1) A corrupt OS system file that fails in complying with the drivers installed.
2) A Virus attack that has corrupted the Driver files or pnp service that could be again a reason.
3) The usb hardware (Chipset) has an issue but this could be least possible as you said that the setup detects.

Try to run a virus scanner and find out if virus issue is bugging.
Run the Windows OS repair disk and try a repair.
Install the drivers once again.. after uninstalling the current one and restarting the machine.

Before you could do all these, try a safe mode boot to see if it works.

Good Luck.

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There are three main reasons why the setup gives this error:
Your harddrive crashed or you have an raid array that is not recognized by windows, use the drivers for the raid array, some raid controllers are not recognized by default by windows, you'll need to run those drivers manualy from out the windows setup.
The controller on the motherboard is defective.

Go to the manufacturer of your computer to solve this problem.

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first configure your hard drive in the bios set your harddrive as primary drive then configure the booting setup you must boot first the CD ROM drvsave setting and exit. Then if you have a bootable disc installer for XP any OS insert in in the CD ROM drve. wait for a while then follow the instruction that goes out in the desktop.

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Hi i am tryning to load an operating system onto my brand new hard drive. It keeps coming up with disk boot failure, insert system disk and press enter.. what do ido


Hi, By brand new harddrive, I assume that its fresh and empty.
You need to install the Operating System (OS) in that harddrive.
You can do that my inserting the OS installation CD/ DVD into the drive before you bootup.
If you still get the error, get into the setup mode and change the boot sequence to boot from CD-ROM first.
Hope it helps :)

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No I am sorry you will have to contact Microsoft directly for a cd-key.
Thanks,
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i have formatted the hard drive and put in all three recovery discs and it still won't load windows xp home edition.. i thought that was what the recovery discs were for.. maybe the hard drive is bad i don't know but if someone is having the same problem i could sure use some help here..

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You mean the setup doesn't load? Also when installing Windows, the first part it copies data to the just formatted harddrive. Then it reboots, but make sure it doesn't reboot from CD because then it wil start all over again. It must boot from harddrive after it copied files to your drive.

The setup data is located on you HDD from that moment on.

Or isn't this what you mean?

Greetings,

DarkNeogen

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