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That sounds like a Bios or Hard Drive Lock. How long have you had this computer? Did it work before?
You need to press the Power Button to start it and see what key it says to hit to get into the Bios or System Setup. Once you are there you need to look at the Passwords to see which password it is asking for (Bios or Hard Drive). After we know that, then we might can find a solution. Report back to us.
1. You shouldn't need a driver for the hard drive the Bios ( Basic Input/output system ). 2. You mother board should detect the driver 3. You will have to go into the BIOS setup to see of your hard drive is detect then set the BIOS to boot from the hard drive 4. If your pc takes SATA ( Serial advance technology attachment) then a IDE ( Intelligent drive electronics) will not work with the system without an adapter. 5. Your PC mother board instruction manual will have instruction on hard to access your BIOS settings Caution: Any changes in the BIOS will not allow some devices attached to your PC to work properly is not properly addressed in the BIOS setup.
Configuring the BIOS After completing the drive installation, restart your computer. Your computer may automatically detect your new drive. If your computer does not automatically detect your new drive, follow the steps below. 1. Restart your computer. While the computer restarts, run the system setup program (sometimes called BIOS or CMOS setup). This is usually done by pressing a special key, such as DELETE, ESC, or F1 during the startup process. 2. Within the system setup program, instruct the system to auto detect your new drive. 3. Save the settings and exit the setup program. When your computer restarts, it should recognize your new drive.
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hy on your maxtorhdd you have a jumper configuration you have to put your jumper in the good configuration so your primarieshdd is the one that have the exploitation system and the other one you need to set it to secondaryhdd
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Hello Oldnovii This Toshiba notebook has both a BIOS and hard drive lock on it. The client has already paid $ 25 to the Toshiba depot to have the BIOS lock removed now they want $ 100 to remove the hard drive lock. The hard drive lock cannot be removed by trying to bypass it using a boot cd or disabling the hard drive boot option in the BIOS. Any help will be appreciated since my client has now had the notebook for 2 weeks and cannot use it. Thanks