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Old 01-13-2006, 07:32 PM   #1 (permalink)
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this is my first time ever building a pc i built one from all my old parts from computers people have given its got 555mhz and 512 mb of ram and 11 gb hdd and a cd rw and **** like but my problem is that everytime i load up it says disk boot failure;insert system disk and press enter what should i do
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You have o format that computer.
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how do i do that
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someone please help me out
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Method 1: Boot off of a Windows disk, and follow the steps until you get to the partitioning stage. Keep going, and format it as NTFS (NT/2000/XP) or FAT32 (Win95/98/ME).

Method 2: Get a Windows 98 bootdisk, and boot off it. Then, run format c:
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