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Hard Disk problem

Discussion in 'Gadget Analysis' started by dinahcarry, Oct 11, 2011.

  1. dinahcarry

    dinahcarry New Member

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    Hi to all guys! My laptop change new hard disk. And I don't know how to repair this problem and I don't know how to set up the bios of this. Please help me to solve my problem.
    Thanks in advance guys :worried:
     
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    Please help me guys :(
     
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    I change my hardisk and performing in NTLDR is missing? What can I do?
     
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    Don't you think you need to consult the hardware specialist instead of trying to get it done by yourself.

    Also you posted this in OS forum and so I thought this was an OS related problem. Moved to Hardware forum.
     
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    u can use hiren boot cd, u can get ur backup before formatting or replacing
     
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    think Ubuntu live bootable cd is better option, just put the missing file in pen drive and then boot your computer with ubuntu live cd, this will take 5-10 min and load its own OS and show you the files of your system, with derives , now just insert the pen drive and copy past the missing file in your system folder
     
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    Get a new hard drive, but b sure to check if its an IDE interface or SATA. Some good onez ar Seagate, Western digital. Insert d new hard drive then turn on d system. Enter BIOS settings to configure the new hard drive. Load your desired OS and your system is back 2 normal!
     

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