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My pc refuse booting keep telling me to insert a rompaq diskette and then recycle the pc.at first the LED shows a red light then the warning apeared

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The harsh truth. I have owned about 6 of the Compaq Deskpro EN PC's and not one has lasted more than 3 months with out completely blowing up. Your best option is to take it for a drive to the dump and ditch the machine then buy a decent computer. I mean no offence.
They really arent worth your time in trying to fix, you will fix one problem and it will front with another.

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