Question about Computers & Internet
1.Check your BIOS and make sure the drive is detected..
2.The problem is your computer is trying to boot from something other than the hard drive with the OS on it.
Remove any thumbdrives if you have any in.Check the floppy drive (if you have one in the computer) to see if there is a disk in there. Sometimes, the computer tries to boot off a floppy if there is one in the drive
3.Your hard drive probably crashed.
You will most likely need a new hard drive.
Posted on Jan 04, 2008
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