Question about Dell OptiPlex GX240 PC Desktop
Sounds like its not seeing your hard drive or you have corrupt system files and windows isn't booting.
Press F2 to go into the setup and make sure the hard drive is being recognized. If it is recognized then that means windows is corrupted and you'll need to reinstall your laptop back to factory defaults. If the hard drive is not being recognized in there then you'll need to reseat the hard drive back into the slot.
Then turn the laptop on and press f2 to go back into the setup. If the hard drive is now being recognized then see it if boots into windows. If it doesn't then you'll need to restore your laptop back to factory defaults.
If the BIOS still doesn't show the hard drive then your hard drive is bad and would need to be replaced.
Posted on Jul 11, 2009
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