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This usually indicates that there is a harddrive failure or problem with BIOS. When the machine is booting up, get into BIOS and check to make sure that it is recognizing the hard disk and that it is configured to use the hard disk as a boot device. If all that appears to be OK, you might want to try booting off of your Windows CD (go back into BIOS and set your CD player as the boot device). When you're booted up, check to see if you can read data from your hard disk. My guess is that you will not be able to, and that would indicate a hard drive failure. Newegg carries them at a very respectable price.
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