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Operating system not found. And mouse Initialized Error?? What Could Be Wrong Can Someone Help Please..Thank u

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SOURCE: operating system not found on my laptop

Hi DONNAk123

There are many possible reasons for this problem. The most common of which is corruption of your file system or the "master boot record". (Each having to do w/ the computer's hard disk drive.)

If you could, please, answer the following questions it would help a great deal in determining what the next step to take is.

(01) What is the make of your laptop?

(02) What is the model?

(03) What is the serial number or service tag number (Dell)?

(04) What operating system is installed on the laptop?

(05) Do you have the system restore CDs or operating system CD that came w/ the computer?

(06) Did any event precipitate this problem? (dropping the laptop, installing or uninstalling software or hardware drivers, installing operating system or any other updates, system "crash", etc.)

This and any other information you can provide can be very helpful.

Thank you,
BJ

Posted on Apr 03, 2008

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Your laptop doesn't recognised hdd.
You should go to bios to see if your hdd is there.
if you don't see your hdd in the bios, most of the time is harddrive problem (dead).
In this case, you can replace your hdd.
but if you see your hdd and you get PXE-E61 error message, your OS might be corrupted.

Posted on Oct 17, 2008

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This means that the computer cannot find an operating system on the hard drive. This is often because the hard drive has gone bad. Replace with a new drive and reinstall windows and that will solve your problem. Thanks and please if you could remember to give this answer a rating of fixya; even if the answer isn't the greatest news :c) Thanks! :c)

Posted on Feb 18, 2009

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Easiest way to check is to change the cable and run your computer again! If you have same problem occures it does not mean that your hard drive is wrong.Just intert the boot CD and try to repair it if that fails or crashes or simply restart your computer then you have problem with hard drive!

Posted on Oct 18, 2009

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best way to solve it and recover your data is to take it to the vendor else you can use dos to copy it to your pen drive...lets understand 1st why a vendor can only work with it because its a laptop and the hard disk can not be accessed externally like with a desktop...so dont play with your critical data hope this will help u a lot...
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Posted on Jan 04, 2010

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