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1780 disk 0 failure message

My laptop is about 1.5 yr old and the optical drive no longer works. I have not fixed it nor do I even try to use it as it causes the system to crash. Now the computer stops intermittently and I get an error message : 1780 disk 0 failure or 1781 disk 1 failure. I have to go into to setup and try different options to get it to start again. Once it's running its ok, it's only if I leave it for a while and it's in standby with a program running that it reboots to the error message when I start it up again.
It is a HDD problem or optical drive problem. HP website says optical drive other people say HDD - help!

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It's hard drive...most likely you are in need of a tune up.

check out this link, and you may find the Tuneup is just what you need.

Posted on Mar 17, 2008

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