Question about Dell OptiPlex GX260 PC Desktop
Did you boot from disc by pressing F12 when you see the logo and select boot from CD? I would suggest you to enter system setup by pressing F2 and check which one is the option choose for your hard disk or HDD if it displays like that. Make sure it says single SATA or IDE disk. If you are not sure where to see, you may choose to restore the default setting of BIOS there. Then reboot. If the problem persists, you can plug the hard disk to another computer and backup the data. I don't see any restore to factory default option for this model. So you can format this hard disk on another machine after the backup and then reinstall the operating sytem using your disc. Try to boot with F12 and choose boot from CD then reinstall it from the scratch. Quicker than check all the details.
Here is a link where you can see which drivers to download from Dell's web site.
Posted on Mar 14, 2011
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