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Please start by opening the case and making sure that there is a harddrive in there.
Ones you have confirmed that you indeed have a hard drive in the computer and it has not been removed and it is properly connected with cables. (two cables in any hard drive, do not connect 3 cables into the same hard drive)
After that you can close the case, you will need to enter the setup / bios or cmos on your computer start up, look for case intrusion option, turn it off or disbabled or reset.
That will get rid of the case error.
Ones the hard drive is detected, or if its not detected look in the same place where you where previously, check if you can see the hard drive in the bios. If you can see the drive in the bios then the boot order is possibly wrong. On this page you can see and read about how to set the boot order : (http://www.whitecanyon.com/how-to-change-boot-order.php)
Let me know how it goes and if you have any questions.
ps. please don't rate the solution negatively untill we have solved the problem.
Posted on Jul 29, 2009
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