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You may first
use the below link for manual of Studio 1737 and install a hard drive to the
You may then use
the below link to find instructions on installing operating system using disc: http://dell.to/GZv2m6
Then you may
use the Dell OEM disc that was shipped along with the computer to install the
1) First, check your hard disk cable, I recommend you to replace the Hard Disk Cable. 2) If the BIOS doesn't detect your Hard Disk after replacing Hard Disk cable try upgrading your BIOS from the Dell website.
That is a bad hard drive or sector in hard drive code. Try and run an FDISK on the drive or reformat the drive with your factory restore disk. If you are unable to format the hard drive replace it with a new one. That takes a SATA "serial ATA" hard drive. They are universal so any manufacture name replacement will work.
actually ur machine comes with SATA hard drive and i think that sata drive is not detected in win XP bcoz th einstallation disk is old and does not contain the sata drivers in it u can follow th einstructions on this link to slip stream sata raid drivers on the windows inst disk and then start to install