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MY LAPTOP KEEP SAYING "NO OPERATION SYSTEM FOUND"

I tried installing the laptop with a emergerny boot up disk, but it seem to have problem reading the disk...i tried the disk on a desktop and it's work but currently i tried putting ino the laptop, it's seem to have the problem.
tried using window 98 second edition as a boot disk but also fail..
i do hope you can help me solved this question...thanks

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This is generally a hard drive failure, but the machine should still read a disc. This sounds like a bios glitch, so try flashing the bios, then running the disc. If you flash the bios and it still won't read, then the problem will be with either the CD drive or the motherboard. Most likely the motherboard.

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