Question about Hard Computers & Internet
Turn the computer off at the wall and disconnect the cable
open up the cabinet
pull the connections off the hard drive
remove the screws holding the hard drive in place and remove
if it is an old disc type hard drive and it is faulty, replace it with a solid state hard drive ( no moving parts)
because the hard drive contains the operating system, the fitment of a new hard drive will require you to get into the bios boot tab and change first boot from hard drive to first boot cd that has an operating system cd installed
to get to the bios immediately after pressing the on button, hold down the delete button until the bios screen appears
Posted on Apr 27, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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