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The OS may not be compatable with teh hard drive settings in the BIOS - Change the hard drive to compatable mode, and try installing the new OS - You will be onto a winner.
BIOS F2 or Del or F12 depending on the bios in the computer
Posted on Aug 06, 2010
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