Question about Computers & Internet
Posted by Anonymous on
Turn your computer off.
Turn your computer on.
When you see: press <blah> to enter BIOS SETUP,
press the <blah> key.
Use the arrow-keys to navigate through the BIOS SETUP menu
to the "DISK DRIVES" (or something like that) item, and press ENTER to select that item.
You probably have one disk-drive "manually" defined that either:
* no longer physically is present or connected,
* no longer is responding to queries
Set that device to 'AUTO' or 'NONE'.
Save/Exit from BIOS SETUP, and restart your computer.
The message should be gone.
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