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Old 02-18-2005, 07:26 PM   #1 (permalink)
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ok i just got my laptop back from the computer place when i got it everything worked fine except the internet. so i just figured i would reinstall windows when i get to the part where it is loading it just turns off. of i let it sit for a while then i can get to the 2nd system recovery disc. whats wrong?
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Old 02-18-2005, 07:29 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Did it go out to the 'computer place' for repair?
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yes it was meesswed up bad
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well it seems to be messed up more now. Maybe they didnt connect everything up correctly or something.
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no its alot better now then b4. b4 i couldnt do anything it was a black screen sayin stuff bout a bios error gave me 2 options when i did either it froze. now i can almost get windows back on tthere. think something internally is wrong with it lie with the hardware
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ok i got windows loaded 100% without it turning off. But after i restarted it it says no operating system found any suggestions?
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Make sure the harddrive is set as master, you have no floppy in your floppy drive when you reboot and make sure you boot off your harddrive.
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how do i do that warez go to setup and tell it to boot off the hardrive?? if so i did this did not work
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Get into the BIOS and set it there..
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