Question about Dell Inspiron 1521 Notebook
This message it telling you that the PC cannot "Find" your drive. This usually happens if the drive has failed or the "Boot Track" has been corrupted. Well,I suggest, to try all the "Options" first, press F1...If it boots all good... if still no good... then press F2 and make sure the Hard Drive shows in the setup. If it does NOT show there, it is probably best, to then run the diagnostics, but I am fairly sure at this juncture it will tell you your hard drive is kaput, and you will need to replace it. If it does show up, then we need to fix the boot track... insert your Windows DVD and do a repair,and running the Fixboot command from recovery console.
Posted on Jan 30, 2010
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