Question about Dell Latitude D510 Notebook
If boot sector of this hard drive resides on block 5842740 then this is a problem. Try followings...
1. Boot with a XP CD, try to repair. OR
2. When PC boots are you able to go to safe mode by pressing F8? If yes, try Good Known Configuration option first.
3. Otherwise boot in safe mode, go to command prompt, type chkdsk and then reboot your PC and let it check disk. If it ask to find sector and block issues and wanted to gic them automatically, accept it.
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
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