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As per my experience about your problem it sometimes occur when the power supply connector of your hard has loose connection or the sata cable connector loose. Try to check in the bios set up if the hard disc is in there. And check the connector are tightly connected to there pins and see to it that all the pins are connected to the connector of your motherboard and hard disc are connected properly.

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Two possibilities are involved. 1) The hare drive is not responding correctly. This could result from a loose cable (needs to be connected to the motherboard and the drive) or a damaged drive (either from damage to the disc or lost boot information).
2) A non-boot disc is being accessed in the boot sequence. This could be a CD/DVD in the optical drive, a floppy disc in that drive (older laptops) or a USB connected drive (either a thumb drive or a regular external disc).

The second issue is easy to solve, disconnect/remove any other media. Then try to boot. Alternatively, on most Windows machines, you can press F12 to choose the boot sequence. However, you need to press the button between the POST (power on self test) and the loading of Windows. For me, this can take several attempts.

For the first, the options depend on your skill/willingness to open the computer. One option is to use a Live CD (a bootable disc) to see the status of the hard drive. Use the F12 sequence if needed to boot from the disc. (The live cd could be a Windows Recovery/Install disc.)

To save files from the disc, you can either use a UNIX Live CD and an other drive (an external optical R/W drive or hard drive) or remove the disc completely and connect it to another computer. For this second option, use an IDE/SATA/USB dongle, a laptop hard drive enclosure or hard drive dock. The dock will work with a SATA drive; disc enclosures need to be selected to match the drive type (IDE or SATA). When you do the disc removal, you will see if the cables are loose. Be careful with static while opening the computer.

Then replace the drive with a new one, reformat and reinstall the OS or use the recovery disc to attempt to fix the boot problem.

I hope this helps.

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Can i have a diagram of the inside of this hard drive as a bit came loose inside so ive opened it to find where this piece goes the number of the drive is MHV2060BH it is a silver bent thing that came...


Please tell me this is a joke.........
You cannot open a hard drive or you will make your drive unusable. Hard drives are assembled in clean rooms (cleaner than surgery rooms) and then sealed. Any particle of dust inside the HDA can destroy the surface of the discs, because the discs spin at a very high speed (at least 5,400 rpm but usually 7200 rpm nowadays). This would not only lead to data loss, but also the physical destruction of the disc surface.
So, there is no serviceable part inside the HDA – at least for the regular technician. Only data recovery companies with clean rooms can open and replace components inside the HDA.

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Keep gettig disc read error when i turn the computer on. ran both recovery discs still wont work.


If you see disc error when booting, most likely it is either a hard drive failure or a loose interface connection between the hard drive and the motherboard.

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If you have never opened the console then it can be 3 things
1 Connection to the DVD drive has came loose
2 The laser Lens is bad
3 1 of the 2 motors in the drive could be bad.

If the disc will not spin then it would me a loose power connection to the dvd drive, or the motor that spins the disc is bad. All parts in the dvd drive can be changed. But never change the whole drive without takeing the board out of the old drive and put in the new drive. If you do then all it will be is a expensive paper weight. Because there is a security number in the motherboard that must match the one injected in the DVD drive. I repair these problems often with 99% success.

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there is an issue with the motherboard of this model, just install another drive just to eliminate the possibility of the drive being the problem, if the second drive does not work then you need to contact hp ASAP, before you completely loose the motherboard

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Coins placed in the disc slot of the Wii.


I would not advise using the drive if there are any loose objects inside. Doing so would void your warranty, cause damage to the wii, and possibly even bodily injury. If the disc should come into contact with the loose object while spinning at high speed, the disc could shatter and the shards may actually break through the drive casing.

A loose object, if it catches something traveling at high velocity, can easily damage the casing and the wii remember

The only practical solution is to remove the drive from the wii and obtain a replacement. It would be prohibitive to try to fish out the loose object, since you might damage the internal components in doing so. you will need to call Nintendo ( 1-800-255-3700) and see if they can fix it or guide you through taking the disk drive out

I don't think they will slide out if you turn the MBP on edge. I would take it to the Apple store and be prepared for a nice bill. I hear kids also do this in the disk player in the car to get it fixed It won't be cheap, I 'm afraid,

At the very least the drive will need to be removed, I fear. It may actually have to be replaced. A few hundred dollars, I would guess.

Good luck

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If you are comfortable with taking apart your system, I would advise taking the case off and then finding the dvd-drive, removing the case on that and simply tightening the screws on the tray. Don't tighten them too much, but make sure they are snug. Then test to see if it still wobbles and it should be fixed. If you are not comfortable with taking apart your system you will need to find a repair shop that can do it for you.
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