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CMOS settings could be set at fault so go check bios settings by tapping f8 or del or F2 .choose either cd or hd 0 as first start up or reset to default then press f10 to save and restart.if it still causes problems it could be boot sector of hard drive or a loose cable .its down to some detective work.if it's not a hardware issue I.e. Corrupt bad sectored drive , faulty cables ...then it has to be software issues.
Sometimes if you leave memory card in a slot or you may have left a disc in one of your drives.this can sometimes be the cause
if none of the above then something is corrupting startup which means boot sector root kit problems
Open your computer and discharge static by holding the chasis casing of your system unit for 1 minute. Then start cleaning your video and memory card and also the their slot by using vacuum cleaner and small paint brush. Then put it back again and test for a display. Most of the time because of the dust covered the slot or the pin of the video and memory so the system did not detected that hardware that is why those hardware will not functioning. Clean and test have a nice day!
Remove all the physical components of your computer and have it clean. You can use a brush or a blower and then reinstall your computer operating system. If it is windows xp then you will be needing the software for windows xp installation and then support cd for your motherboard and all support drivers.
This is an Invalid / Non System Disk error.In your Bios settings change the "First boot device" option to your hard disk.If you have only one hard disk set it to "HDD 0" Other causes of the problem are: