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KenB

Administrator
Joined
Oct 19, 2008
Location
Wirral UK
PC Experience
Very Experienced
Looking back through this thread ....

Earlier you wrote
What on earth have I done!
Then you posted this pic
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At the bottom it says
Serial_Ch0 Master No Drive
Serial_Ch1 Master No Drive

This implies that the Set-Up cannot find a hard drive.

This is often a setting in the BIOS relating to SATA [AHCI] / IDE [ATA]
You can select either AHCI or IDE to rectify this if it is still a problem.

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1. Did you manage to change the Boot Order to CDROM first in the order ?

2. Which hard drive do you have installed [ original or replacement ] ?

3. When you switch on now - what is the situation ?
 

Grinder

FPCH Member
Joined
Jan 29, 2021
Location
North Wales
PC Experience
Some Experience
Looking back through this thread ....

Earlier you wrote

Then you posted this pic
View attachment 2069

At the bottom it says
Serial_Ch0 Master No Drive
Serial_Ch1 Master No Drive

This implies that the Set-Up cannot find a hard drive.

This is often a setting in the BIOS relating to SATA [AHCI] / IDE [ATA]
You can select either AHCI or IDE to rectify this if it is still a problem.

==============

1. Did you manage to change the Boot Order to CDROM first in the order ?

2. Which hard drive do you have installed [ original or replacement ] ?

3. When you switch on now - what is the situation ?
Hi
1. yes
2. Original
3. Nothing at all.

I may put in the skip or give it to a techy to have a look at it!
Thank you for taking the time to try and help me.
 
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