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Do you know how to reset the cmos settings on your motherboard what to do is near the "coin" battery on your board there is a set of pins that if u short them using a jumper this will reset the cmos this should hopefully sort ur problem if not u may need to reflash your BIOS please repost i more help needed Ian
Posted on May 24, 2011
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It can be a number of things
1: Check in BIOS and make sure the HDD IS detected
2: Make sure the boot order seems OK; make sure the HDD is set to first boot device as a simple check.
3: Make sure no peripherals are plugged in, i.e. printer (to rule out any 3rd booting options)
If everything seems OK, then that's when we'd try a system recovery, stick in the recovery CD / XP CD.
If it boots into the recovery Console then we can do chkdsk /r - If that comes back OK, try and run the complete restore.
If it goes through OK and in to Windows then problem sorted just a software issue.
If it goes through OK but then comes up with the same issue, could be a fault with the HDD.
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