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This means that at times your hard drive can't be found due to either the hard drive not working or that laptop not being able to find the hard drive due to either a motherboard problem or the ribbons that connect the motherboard to the hard drive. This problem will probably continue to escalate until the hard drive, laptop or the ribbon fails. You could try replacing the ribbon first as it's probably the cheapest to replace if you can find one then change the hard drive and if that doesn't fix it wait for the lap top to fail.
Hello. Try to remove the hard disk and check it with CHKDSK on your windows system with a USB rack. If there is a problem, format it with this http://fat32.storex.eu/ and restore the files(mustek.de). Then it will work again.
If your hard disk is correct, then you need to check the electronic device, connection, battery, and so on... Otherwise a check of your device has to be performed by an expert in electonic.
Do you have any flash drives or external drives connected? If so unplug them and try to reboot. If not check to see if the hard drive is firmly in place sometimes they can come un hooked and that error will appear.
14th August 2007
I've heard of this problem. The operationg system or part of it is on the hard drive so if something happens to the data the unit gets stuck at the opening window.
A suggestion I've read about is to open the unit and try and reconnect the ribbon cable to the drive, it's a push on job apparently.
Of course, this will invalidate your guarantee AND may not solve the problem.
I've not done it myself so can't give any firsthand advice.