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Yes I have a serious problem, I've just back up all my files on my external hard drive & when I try to restore my laptop to factory settings, I got this error message: 0x400110020000100A. Please tell me a solution to this problem ASAP!

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Use an original OS disc to format your computer though computer manufacturer no longer provide such disc because they usually provide a recovery disc that has all of the factory installed software on it. If formating your harddrive didn't work this indicate that the problem is with your harddrive and you need to replace it. Please specify the brand of your computer, are you using windows XP, Vista or windows 7 and is this a laptop or a desktop computer?
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I just found this on a site for your error there are pictures but cant post them the first screws indicate the alloy or plastic cover which sits on top of the hard drive covering the intergated circuit board the bridge adapter is the black plastic end where the ide or sata leads plug in 1) Remove screws from HD sleeve 2. Remove silver sleeve:
3. Gently slide the bridge/adapter off the old hard drive:
4. Place the bridge adapter onto the new hard drive: (This angle makes my arm look fat.)
5. Put the new hard drive into the silver sleeve, replace screws and reinstall into computer.
P.S. HP Tech support doesn't recognize the error code 0x400110020000 100A
hope this will help you

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