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I have a hp4345mfp on the display it is showing a error internal disk not found we do not have a hard drive can we turn off the hard drive thank you my email is

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All HP MFP's have an internal harddrive and will only function as printers if that drive fails. You need to replace the harddrive. It is mounted on the formatterwhich is accessed on the back. First remove the sliding panel and then open the metal door. These are right where the fax and data cables plug in. You can replace the drive with almost any 2.5" IDE harddrive that you can find. The standard model will be either a 20, 30 or 40 gig, I have installed up to 160 gig drives with no problem. Do not order a drive from HP as they will charge several hundred dollars for a drive you should be able to get at any computer shop for less than $75.00. Be cautious removing the drive from the plastic mounts as they are easy to break.

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I am sorry but I think the hard disk is on its last leg. A knocking sounds is the first symptoms of faulty hard disk. It is better to replace it.




The non-system disk error is displayed when the CMOS BIOS failed to detect the hard disk.

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