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Looking for a hard drive for my lifebook c series

Operating system not found and there is a password to inter BIOS set up

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Pull the BIOS battery.

Check all drives for non system floppy or CD before yo go to this trouble.

I hope this helps

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Posted on Oct 06, 2009

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