Question about Computers & Internet
Here are a few possibilities:
1. A huge possibility is that your hard drive has failed. This usually happens to computers 4 years old or longer. Unfortunately, it would be pretty costly to recover any data on a failed hard drive. You will have to replace the old hard drive with a new, compatible hard drive and install a fresh operating system on it. To do this, you need to consult someone who is somewhat familiar with computer troubleshooting or visit a store such as BestBuy for help.
2. The hard drive's cable is loose or disconnected (This usually happens when the hard drive was recently tampered with)
Posted on Apr 11, 2011
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