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Thanks! Why Does Removing and Putting-Back a Hard Drive Fix this Error? Blue Screen of Death when upgrading to Windows 10 When upgrading to Windows 10 from Windows 8.1 or Windows 7, you may face BSOD. Do I need a boot disk or a full system restart? http://lebos.org/brand-new/brand-new-machine-with-brand-new-problems.php

I expect there is some way to securely fasten them to the HDD more effectively because as is the metal clip is not sufficient.Thankyou heaps for your post.I love u laltuna! check the drive selection on the Hard Drive next to the Data Cable, there should be an indication of which pins are for Master, Cable, or Slave selection. It's obvious that it wasn't set up correctly or has other issues with the read heads or has been tampered with. Then restart and select boot device from the bios option ( key depends on your motherboard manufacturer).

When this problem started taking place I has an IDE ultra 60GB HD where the Win XP SP2 was installed. I have followed all the steps I think the tricolor come with a defect in the printer itself. The main reasons why BSOD appears are: Some Windows driver causing conflict or Some Windows Update gone wrong.

  • Reply 0 Re: New desktop reads, "ERROR: No boot disk has been detected or the disk has failed" on s 04-12-2015 06:17 AM Not good!
  • anything stupid i didnt try ??
  • the error message shows that there is a problem with the colour cartridge.
  • Very frequently and usually undetected by the mass majority, the cmos battery remembers small errors and continues to cause you grief.
  • Well, it must still be under some type of warranty program.
  • If you get stuck with step 5, or it happens again, please read an articles on how to access safe mode properly as you want to reboot your computer into safe
  • Unplug the AC mains cable so the computer is NOT powered on.
  • Or should i allways try & Backup & set a new System Restore?Thx For Any Questions & Help ;-)[email protected] & State You'r Msg.
  • Tools which may be required a formatted hard drive preferably a NTFS file partition and key for install and USB flash drive with Windows Installation present.

Stay stoked. thanks again!Chris Reply to chongcx Ask a new question Answer Read More Homebuilt Boot Devices Systems Related Resources Reboot and select proper boot device... Common Laptops Models. If under "Primary Hard Drive" it lists any info (name, size, etc)...then skip down to this section for your next step (actually, even if the HDD is showing up in BIOS,

There is no reason that a computer that you just bought should do something like this. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Disk Boot Failure by martingreg3 / August 17, 2007 6:41 PM PDT In reply to: disk boot failure" error I accept all the Flag Permalink This was helpful (1) Collapse - MAXTOR!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! What cause this error?

then save and quit.Try that, Restart again, and you should no longer get that error message. Fearing that i had lost my drive, i followed the easiest advice of turning of my pc, removing the power source, removing the case side panel, unplugging the power of my They did for me first time and the majority of other computer users. I don't know if this would work on Desktop computers -- but it may be worth a try.

The process is same as above. this page From there, use the System Restore facility to fix the issue. Sometimes it'll get a flaky drive to behave long enough to transfer your data off. Sorry you've had so much trouble.Assuming you've tried all the steps in this document about cartridge rejection (made sure tape is all removed, contacts are clean, etc), I'd suspect the cartridge:http://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c01953073If

Replace the hard drive cable or at least unplug it and then re-plug it back in again. his comment is here Once reported, our moderators will be notified and the post will be reviewed. But after removing the update, I suggest you block automatic driver updates from Microsoft. I just got a new core, motherboard, ram and graphics card and had it running great, until I updated the bios...

I have been in the computer and electronics industry since 1962. And that should fix it, if it doesn't let me know. Ask ! http://lebos.org/brand-new/brand-new.php The solution is to leave the Windows vista (or your recovery cd) in the drive when you start up your computer, but don't press any keys when prompted to boot from

I have found Kaspersky to have the absolute best protection anywhere. move the jumper back to its original position6. I have reasons to believe that SATA cable connectors are NOT reliabale and in fact loose enough to the point to allow oxidation to set in and from there the problems.

Plug only the keyboard harddrive and device you are installing os from into your computer.

If it is, disable it and give it a test run of 2-3 days under a regular rebooting cycle to see if the error persists. Still have everything crossed, though! Plug only the keyboard harddrive and device you are installing os from into your computer. Thanks for the advice guys.

Please help. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - disk boot failure" error by Mike Hallock / July 27, 2007 1:28 PM PDT In reply to: Disk boot failure: What is it Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - yes your are correct by the bender / August 29, 2009 7:15 PM PDT In reply to: Disk Boot failure But when your http://lebos.org/brand-new/brand-new-to-this.php These cables are very cheap and whilst HP should fix it all under warranty often the hassle is not worth it.

Save/backup your email, your documents and pictures and music.2. So, before giving up and trying to re-install Windows (or other OS), or messing with BIOS -- Please see how I fixed this problem, how others fixed the problem, and what More Troubleshooting Tips and Resources Well, I am sorry my simple solution of removing and returning the hard drive snuggly didn't work for you. Alternatives methods, Recommended to attempt a safe boot to begin with.

Reply to Dawn Thames DannyNissimDec 14, 2014, 11:57 AM Hi,I have similar issue w/ DELL Vostro 470. The ones involving diskpart don't help me, I tried, and my drives aren't partitioned anyway. Since you say you bought it 6 weeks ago, I believe I'd have them send me a new one under warranty, and return the problem one. After it rebooted it wouldn't even make it to the bios setup screen without shutting down completely.

I reboot (control+alt+del), turn off the tower, even unplug and it just wont get me anywhere. Brian Cooley found it for you at CES 2017 in Las Vegas and the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. then your computer doesn't even recognize that a Hard Drive is connected. That way you will be playing it safer.

If you have a spare 4 pin power lead in the computer (with yellow, black, black, red) then unplug the power connector from the hard disk and swap it over with And both options equal loosing any data you have on your computer. So, step 1: Press F2 (or whatever the computer suggests) to enter BIOS setup. If not, you will have to reconfigure your bios settings.

I put this PC together in 2005 so is not that old.