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Only get File "k8NEB.rom" not found on cdrom

System was working, then bluescreen came and now the message I wrote on top. K8NEB.Rom not found on cdrom.
I have XP running.
Thanks for any help.

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Hi, its prasant, dont worry ,you do one thing, u cange your sata cable ,and check your power cable which come from SMPS . i think that will do ,and if not,mail me, prasant_rai2002@yahoo.com

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