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Need Help On Fixing My Old Computer?

Discussion in 'PC hardware help' started by TAPS2004, Jun 16, 2007.

  1. TAPS2004

    TAPS2004 Guest

    Hi, I am fixing my old computer & everything was find.
    Than my A Drive (3.5 floppy drive) act up & said this:
    Here what it look like:
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    I don't have the system disk anymore for my old computer so can anyone help Me.

    Thank!
     
  2. TAPS2004

    TAPS2004 Guest

    If the picture don't show up in my main post, Than here a refix:
    [​IMG]
     
  3. gozilla

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  4. TAPS2004

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    Thank gozilla
    I hope this work!
    Thank Again...
     
  5. TAPS2004

    TAPS2004 Guest

    HELP!!!
    I try idea gozilla had give me but it did not work without a system disk or a BIOS Software.
    What System Disk or BIOS Software i need?
    Please reponed fast!
    I need to fix my old computer soon for my home base business.
    Can anyone help???
    Thank You!
     
  6. angus999

    angus999 Regular member

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    Sorry TAPS but I can confirm what gozilla says.

    I've searched around the internet for you and everywhere I look it points to your BIOS. Unfortunately though, I can't find a quick fix for you.

    You may have to 'bite the bullet' and take it to an expert??
     
  7. ddp

    ddp Moderator Staff Member

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    moved to correct forum.
    that is fixable as i have done it before as the bios is messed up & needs to be reflashed(reprogrammed).
    1: is your floppy drive ok?
    2: do you have or can you get a win98 or winme boot disk?
    3: will need 1 to 2 blank formatted disks.
    4: what is the make & model# of the computer or motherboard?
    5: read the motherboard manual if have 1 to read about updating the bios.
     

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