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If you are receiving this on bootup. First check and see if you have a floppy drive, if you do NOT then it is a bad setting in your BIOS.
At bootup, use the key listed to allow you access to the setup. Under diskette drive you will need to turn it to NOT INSTALLED, NONE, or OFF, whichever your BIOS supports. After you do this you should not get this error.
If you DO have a floppy drive, then you need to check the power and data cables they are probably loose from either the drive or the motherboard (data cable).
Posted on Apr 30, 2010
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