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Check in the BIOS to see it the hard drive is detected, Listen to the laptop to see if you can hear the hard drive is spinning, if its ticking the hard drive is stuck due to being dropped or age.
Remove all connected devices and try and boot again.
Posted on Aug 06, 2010
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