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ECS A350 WON'T BOOT

My notebook only show the bios screen. It will just stop there without showing any attempt to load windows. I tried to book it from cdrom but still it stopped in the bios screen.

It was able to pass the system self test but won't load the OS. It won't even give me an error message like non system disk.

Any suggestions on how i can access the harddrive and format it somehow?

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  • minahjmoosa Jul 17, 2008

    i am using trvlemate 4070 i was installed some softwer , late on lptp is not booting, nd i format hdd with connecting other pc and now it says no op system and it dosnt boot from any cd what is the solution

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Waht do u mena by change hd cable ?

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Plz check the first boot device is rom and your having a bootable cd, if every thing is ok then try by changing the hdd cable

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