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If you clear the BIOS password is anything help? You can clear the BIOS password by remove the battery on the motherboard(which used to record date and time), and reset it a few minutes latter.Anything help?
Check your floppy drive and see if there's a disk in it and remove it. If there is no diskette in the floppy drive and you are still getting the error. You can go into the Bios and turn off the "boot from floppy drive", that way it will not look for the floppy drive when booting up. Hope this helps.
it is saying no kernel is found in the boot path,, this either means the boot path is damaged or the file is missing,,, place the restore disk in and recover your operating system,, or you can put an operating system disk in and try and repair the operating system
Your Hard Drive is dead, time for a new one (but before you throw it out, be sure it was conencted tightly). (assuming you tried booting from abother a nother laptop's hard drive), if you tried to reinstall windows on it, then there is something wrong with the IDE (or ATA) controller in the laptop, you'll need a new motherboard.
However if you just inserted the drive from the other laptop, just to see if it will boot up, theres a 99.9% chance that it will not work unless you format the Master Boot Record.