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shaml_v
HI I HAVE A IBM CELERON 2.4 BLACK COVER SYSTEM, WELL WHEN I START IT, IT GIVES A POST TEST OKI THEN IT RETURNS TO THE MAIN SCREEN AUTOMATICALLY..AFTER I RESTARTED IT SAYING NO OPERATING SYSTEM FOUND, THEN I REPLACED MY HARD DISK AND THEN INSERTED MY WIN XP DISC WELL THE WEN THE DISC LOADS THE SCREEN IT BLANK FOR MORE THAN 5 HRS SHOWING NOTHING?

WELL I NEED HELP ON THIS MATTER SOME CAN HELP ME OUT? TO ME ITS THE MOTHERBOARD, WHAT DO YOU GUYS THINK?
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    hemant_u84

    first u please check your hdd cable then ram

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    OH Smeg

    That the new HDD is correctly Recognized and then Saved the Changes as you exit the BIOS?

    If not the Computer is mapping the new HDD the same as the OLD one and creating errors.
    Also depending on just how big you went with the new HDD it may not be usable with this hardware as BIOS does have a Upper Limit on the size of the HDD that it supports.

    Col

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    emmertzj

    Hi, Sorry to hear about your problem:
    Contact me as this looks like a corrupted
    BIOS Configuration at start press F1, or F2.
    Depending on the Mother-board go to the bios boot prefance config tab and set it to first boot device CD-or DVD rom.
    to LOAD or install from CD.
    REset BIOS to Default config and start from there.
    I am on Yahoo messenger and LIVE mesenger as
    Zsoltem2@yahoo.ca
    emmertzj@hotmail.com
    or call me on skype for a walk trough!
    SKYPE ID Emmert_Zsolt@SKYPE.com

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    hemant_u84

    first u please check your hdd cable then ram

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    OH Smeg

    That the new HDD is correctly Recognized and then Saved the Changes as you exit the BIOS?

    If not the Computer is mapping the new HDD the same as the OLD one and creating errors.
    Also depending on just how big you went with the new HDD it may not be usable with this hardware as BIOS does have a Upper Limit on the size of the HDD that it supports.

    Col

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    emmertzj

    Hi, Sorry to hear about your problem:
    Contact me as this looks like a corrupted
    BIOS Configuration at start press F1, or F2.
    Depending on the Mother-board go to the bios boot prefance config tab and set it to first boot device CD-or DVD rom.
    to LOAD or install from CD.
    REset BIOS to Default config and start from there.
    I am on Yahoo messenger and LIVE mesenger as
    Zsoltem2@yahoo.ca
    emmertzj@hotmail.com
    or call me on skype for a walk trough!
    SKYPE ID Emmert_Zsolt@SKYPE.com

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    STOP