just look for the MBD cmos. There usually is instructions etched on it that will tell you the jumper numbers and also a table for the pin out. Look for "clear password" and if you can't find that then look for either "reset cmos/bios", "clear cmos/bios", "clear/reset NVRAM". Set the jumper to those, reboot. You'll probably get a beep code and then it may something to the effect of NVRAM clear success or whatever. Then power off, put the jumper back into normal operation position (just keep note of the original position BEFORE removal), reboot and it'll do a beep again and say bios not configured and it'll take you into it. At that point set up as needed. If the floppy still doesn't work then reset the ribbon. You may want to get the HD diagnostic tools (example is first aid by WD). Run a test drive. It takes awhile, so be patient. It will give you a code at the end of it. look up that code and it will tell you of any physical defects. DO NOT tell it to fix it unless its a diagnostic tool for your specific manufacturer HD. If you do have a manufacturer tool, then go ahead and see if its able to. Itll tell you if it's physical and if it is it may fix it, but be warned that your HD is probably on its way out.
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