Question about Dell (E210882) Motherboard
Well it sounds like the BIOS doesn't detect the hard drive any more. Viruses typically don't get transfered to the mother board/ BIOS itself. They usually are only on the OS. Unless someone flashed the BIOS with the wrong version or something. If that is the case it's either trashed or you need to find the correct patch to flash the BIOS. If this is not the case boot into the BIOS and configure it to see the hard drive.
Posted on Sep 04, 2008
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