Question about Dell Studio 1537 Laptop Computer PC Desktop
POSSIBLY a virus.
First of all, straighten out a paperclip and poke it gently through the small hole in the DVD drive bezel, this will release the stuck CD and you can then try and repair the installation. I suspect that if you cannot access Windows, you might need to do a full reinstall.
Before doing so, try and remove the hard drive and hook it up to a desktop as a slave drive, recover the data you want to keep.
Now, replace the hard drive, and boot to the bios, (assume you have a SATA drive)
In the Bios change the SATA drive settings from AHCI to ATA. Save and reboot with your installation CD in the drive, re-install windows...
Posted on Mar 23, 2011
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