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Your problem could be in the bios. Press the delete key repeatedly while booting up to enter the Bios Setup Utility and check these options : IDE Configuration - as shown in the manual at chapter 4 page 14
Onboard PCI IDE Operate Mode - Enhanced Mode Enhanced Mode Support On - S-ATA Configure S-ATA as RAID - no
Boot device priority - as shown in the manual at chapter 4 page 33
set your Sata drive as the 1st boot device
For additional info, refer to the manual in the link above.
1.FIRST YOU DO ONE THING IF YOU USING XP OS MEANS CHANGE THE SATA MODE TO IDE OTHER WISE CHANGE THE SATA MODE TO AICH. 2.IF BOOT WITH CD MEANS CHANGE BOOT PRIORITY CD/DVD ROM 2.IF YOU BOOT WITH HDD MEANS CHOOSE HDD. BIOS OPTION----CONTINUOSLY PRESS F2 KEY.
think there is a problem on the hard drive, you should formatting the
hard disk using a third party, I usually use Hiren's BootCD that will
be found at this link. you will download the file *. iso than burn to a CD, now try to boot from cd rom with that cd inside. later you will see some options there reply from the CD, choose partition magic. from here you will understand what to do next reply. may be useful.