Question about Dell Inspiron 530 Desktop Computer
The hard drive on your desktop might be faulty. Before reinstalling your OS, check on your hard drive by running Set-up (by pressing F10 or DEL) right after your system checks the the memory at the start-up...access the CMOS and verify that your hard drive is listed, otherwise if not then you have to check if cables are properly connected, if they are then you have a faulty hard drive.
Posted on Sep 13, 2010
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