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My computer is not booting, I've researched and

My computer is not booting I've researched and troublehooted but nothing. It will not boot at all. I've done so many things. I did get a error code B10HD-2. I replaced the Hard Drive and still the same. Its not that. I had many people look at it (pc stores). Can you provide any info. It's not reconizing the hd. It wont let you put windows in it or the recovery disk. Thanks in advance. - Susan

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    Pete MacSparran May 15, 2010

    You posters need to start telling us the make,model & operating system when posting.



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You may want to start asking about the motherboard if the socket is bad on the motherboard then the hard drive will not be able to read. ask a tech to take your hard drive and hook it up in another pc and see if it works if it does then you might need to replace the mother board

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