Disk Failure, Insert System Disk

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In boot startup, I had this error "Disk Boot Failure, Insert System Disk and Press Enter".

What seem to be the problem? Do I need to change my old ones?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #111503

Disk Failure, Insert System Disk

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Good day to you friends, first what I want you to do is to restart your computer and press F2 or F12 so that you can enter into the CMOS set-up then go to the Boot then you can see your Hard Disk Drive (HDD), if it is not detected or not installed please change her status to AUTO or if it is found the Hard Disk Drive (HDD) please make it to first boot then press F10 to save your configuration, and restart your computer.

another option is if it is not detect the Hard Disk drive (HDD) to your CMOS configuration setup it might be in the hardware, and you must replace your IDE cable or SATA cable, then if you already change it try to configure again in the CMOS setup, if it is detected just save it your configuration and then restart it.

if it is not also functioning it might be your Hard Disk Drive (HDD) has a problem just replace a new Hard Disk Drive(HDD).

Answered By 0 points N/A #111504

Disk Failure, Insert System Disk

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As much as you need to check the configuration of your drives in BIOS setup, also make sure that these drives are working correctly. Faulty drives, however well configured in BIOS will not load the operating system. Disconnecting the drives and connecting them (as a slave) to a computer that’s working will let you use the Check Disk utility to scan for surface errors on the disk. Please be sure that you do not have flash disks or memory cards in your computer’s USB ports and Memory stick slots as these could also give you the error if the system tries to boot from them. Regards.

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