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Dell inspiron 2330 AIO shows no bootable device. i installed a new hard drive and it still says no bootable device

F1 / f2. I do find the HD in bios after clicking sata 1 Sata 2 now have i done something wrong

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Hello mi problem is wen i turn on mi lapton dell ispiron 2200 apear no bootable devices strike f1 to retry boot, f2 for set up utility, wath i can do? windows xp


Your hard drive's Master Boot Record might be the problem. If it was corrupted then the bios will not see a bootable hard drive.

Three things you have to do in order to solve this.

1. purchase a 2.5" external enclosure, remove the hard drive and put it in there.
2. purchase another 2.5" hard drive for the laptop and reinstall Windows.
3. once the reinstall is done, plug the enclosure into the laptop by the usb cable and copy your data to the new hard drive.

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Check your BIOS, by pressing F2 and see if the hard drive is recognized. It should indicate the MFR next to the hard drive listing. If it's not there, then you might have a bad hard drive. If it is there, try re-installing the operating system with the set-up disk. You can also go to the Dell website, enter you service tag number, and get technical support for your particular laptop. It might have a recovery partition in the hard drive to recover to factory settings.

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Try removing the Hard Drive and then installing it again. Go into F2 Setup to see if the hard drive is listed there. Until you can get it listed there it won't work. It could be it is not installed correctly or is not a valid HD.

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I think your lap top fails to detect your hard disk. Enter Bios settings and confirm that the hard disk is detected.

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Internal HDD hard error


By your description it is very likely your hard drive finally failed. You probably looking at total data loss unless you have made recently an backup of it. You will have to get a new HD and then you can install your OS and software.

Another more remote possibility is that when you opened some covers, you accidentally disturbed the HD connection causing this problem.

Just for clarification, was there a lot of dust inside ?

Hope this helps.

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Hi and welcome to FixYa,

Offhand, this error message is indicative tht the CMOS/BIOS could no longer detect, recognize, access and use the internal hard drive of the laptop. Sorry to be bringing you the bad news.

Corrective solution wold be to replace the HD, perform a clean/fresh install of your Operating System. In some models, there are recovery Cs that would facilitate the process. In the absence of such, an OEM Windows CD installer would serve the same purpose even if borrowed and the CD key printed on the sticker underneath the laptop be used.

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