Question about Gateway 200 ARC Notebook
Presuming its not the worst (your hard disk has failed) quite often this is the simplest of things...like you have left a USB stick in...these are often bootable and so the computer tries to boot from them fist, and then doesnt bother trying your propper hard disk next..hence fail.
also check if you mahine has a floppy disk drive there is none in it.
other than that.
check that your bios recognises it.
by which I mean usualy on startup it offers you an option to go into setup.
[f1] or sometime [del] or whatever.
go into there ensure that your HDD is recognised by the system and check its listed in boot order also (only change these if its not one of the simpler problems above)
Posted on Mar 19, 2011
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