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Dell motherboard I have a green led on my moerboard beside the power connector and it came on

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  • randyofweirs Sep 26, 2008

    my computer wont boot "no boot drive found". There is a green led that is lit near the SATA cable input. Do they have anything to do with each other or should i just buy a new hard drive. i can get other hard drives to boot in the same connector.

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