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Re: my pc go to diskette drive 0 seek failure
U'r hard drive is not communicating with the system. Open the pc (power off) and check the cable connections. While U'r there, clean with blow or vac. U'r HD may have died. The data may still be there and got to with a new hd.
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You are missing the OS.
If you have the restore CD's, use them to restore your Dell to original state, or you can order a set from Dell.
If you do not have a restore CD's you can also boot with a Windows CD and install the OS but you will have to go to the Dell website and download the drivers for your model.
I hope this helped.
Good luck and have a pleasent day.
Does the PC have a floppy drive? If it doesn't It appears that your BIOS (Basic PC setup) thinks that there is one! I think that pressing f2 on boot will bring you into the BIOS setup.
In there, see can you locate any reference to 3.5 inch floppy and amend it to the setting which suits the config of your PC.
Please take care as to what other settings you change in the BIOS
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