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How many years your Laptop?
did u try Boot device to Hard Disk?
if you try that maybe your Operating System in your hard drive been Corupted or the hard disk is busted,
try put the XP cd to your cd/dvd rom and boot in cd/dvd rom install the Xp, if no hardisk is being detect in installation, your hard disk is busted or not working anymore, you need to replace your hard disk.
Posted on Mar 23, 2008
Try to boot your laptop from hard disk
reset your laptop & press f2 or del to go in cmos setup by press f2 or del key then afer go in boot manu select there is hard disk in a frist boot divice then save the settings by press f10
may your problem will solves
Posted on Mar 23, 2008
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What cant be detected? That error usually means that either a peripheral device (such as a printer, camera or MP3 player) or an internal board (such as a modem, network card, or keyboard or touch pad) is not being recognized by the machine. Generally the error will say what it cant detect, something like "Network not detected" or "Unable to detect video board"
You have not supplied us with vital information to assist you. To give you the specific fix we would need Make & Model of your laptop, what operating system you have loaded (which version of Windows or is it one of the Linux systems) but I will try to help you narrow it down.
First disconnect all wires from the laptop except the power cord. Now turn on the power switch. If you get an error, come back and tell us exactly what it says.
Then start plugging in your peripheral devices (printer, USBs, network, camera, MP3) ONE device at a time. Each time you plug one device give it a minute or two to see it that new device is detected. Lets say that you plug a device and it does not get detected properly, you probably should start by reloading the software drivers for that device.
Start with this and write us back and well give you the next steps.
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