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Microcode fails to load at power on self test (post). stays on WorkIO splash screen as the hard drive fails sounds like it crashed or is stuck ina loop.

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The microcode is loaded from CMOS not the hard drive. CMOS also sets up the 40Gb. hard drive for use. Initially has no data or partition tables however; post will not complete if the disk is unavailable. Replace the disk drive and you're Done!

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