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Either your Hard drive (hd) crashed or your hd cable or port is faulty. if your software is corrupt boot with a boot disk (assume you are using XP or Vista), press R on the blue options screen. you will be given a black dos prompt screen. Type in fixboot and type Y for an answer.
Your hard drive has failed to load.In the bios did it show the hard drive?Can you hear the hard drive?Do you hear a clicking sound?The are signs that the drive is failing.Try to boot to a windows cd, see if this will allow you to see the hard drive.If you can chances are you might be able to get your data from the drive.Once you do so replace the drive.
it might be in your security settings right click on the drive in my computer-->properties-->security tab then click "edit" to change permissions check each user, system ,administrator and, your account name make sure it looks like these pictures
Sorry to dissappoint You mate, but NX7010 has no built-in microphone... VERY illogical design, for its time, but it's the sad truth. Buy an external one, plug it in and You shall see, that the sliders and tickers are suddenly working.
Sounds like your hard drive is dead. If you can get to the XP recovery console with the XP cd, try running:
(it takes about 30+mins to finish) to repair the hard drive. It should work if you are able to run that. Otherwise it will tell you it failed because of the bad hard drive.