Question about Hitachi 1TB External USB 2.0 Hard Drive
Its probably trying to boot from your external drive.
Go into your bios and reset your boot setting to HDD0 as your first boot device, Disk drive 0 second and floppy third, unless you want to boot from an external drive. That being the case select an appropriate order.
If the bios shows your external HDD as HDD0, then you have to work out which is the drive carrying the operating system and set that to your first boot device.
To get into the bios, watch the boot screen for a key to hit to enter setup, normally its the "DEL" key.
Posted on May 03, 2010
I have Hitachi 1 TB HD, XP professional on HP desktop.I bought 1 TB to exchange my regular 500Gb. Start to install HD was formated only 120 Gig. Excess to Bios would not help/ No extra options to change size of HD. How can I reformat that dist to 1 TB? Fdisk or format did not work.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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