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It seems your hard drive may be damaged. Go into the BIOS and check to see if your hard drive is detected. If your hard drive is detected, make sure no other external devices like a USB thumb drive is plugged into your laptop. Make sure there are is no media in your drives. I am assuming you are using Windows. Insert your Windows operating system CD/DVD and boot it up. Run the repair option and at the command prompt run chkdsk /r to locate bad sectors on the hard drive and to repair the OS. You can also find hard drive software utilities online that can test your hard drive for damage.
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