Didn’t Set Up Windows XP

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I see My Hard disk on BIOS, but When I insert Windows XP CD to boot. After hardware configuration, an error message occurs. "There is no Hard Drive. PRESS F3 to restart".

How can I solve this problem?

 

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Answered By 0 points N/A #89538

Didn’t Set Up Windows XP

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You are experiencing a hard disk with a bad sectors. This will unable you to reformat your PC this time because the hard disk is broken.

Solution 1:
 
Bring it to a repair shop and ask the expert if there is a way to get the files and fix the disk itself.
 
Solution 2:
 
If your hard disk is still part of the warranty program, then you should have it replaced other wise you can replace the hard disk with a different and a much newer one. If you have files in the hard disk then there is no way to backup your files.
Answered By 0 points N/A #89540

Didn’t Set Up Windows XP

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Hello,

To install Windows XP, you must check if your hard disk drives are connected properly, to your motherboard or may be the CD installer of your Windows XP is not functioning at all. Make sure the reinstall CD is in the Drive and you must enter the reinstall XP.
 
Make sure that the hard drive can detect or there is licensing agreement to the CD installer and check the BIOS of your motherboard if it can be recognized. When this happens, the problem of SATA/RAID try this to fix that problem. Change the SATA mode; just select the IDE in BIOS to Integrated Peripherals for the Configuration of the SATA device.

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