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#1 bigpizza2000

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Posted 29 March 2009 - 03:22 PM

Hi, I'm not really sure where I should post this problem as it didn't seem to fit into any of the categories but I'll try here...

When I switch my PC on, the lights all come on and I can hear what I assume is the CD drive whirring, but it won't load up. For a while I have been using the 'hit it and see' method of repair and generally this seems to work, however lately it has been taking upto 2 hours for the computer to finally load. It doesn't happen every time either, the PC might load fine for a week and then for a week or two I have these problems again. Once the HP screen comes up the computer seems to load fine and there are never any problems.

I am not sure if it's connected or not, but a couple of times recently I have had the following error message when Windows (XP) has loaded:

Windows: No Disk
Exception Processing Message c0000013 parameters 75b6bf7c 4 75b6bf7c 75b6bf7c

It allows me to 'Continue' and I don't suffer any further problems.


If anyone has any suggestions as to what could be the problem I would be very grateful.


Regards,

Jenny

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#2 hamluis

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Posted 29 March 2009 - 04:58 PM

I would suggest:

a. Check your connections to devices. Hitting the case is not a recommended procedure for ensuring proper, tight connections.

b. Run a diagnostic on the boot/system hard drive/partition, if all connections are proper.

You might also take a look at http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=W...mp;aq=f&oq=

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Posted 30 March 2009 - 01:09 PM

Ok thanks. Just thought if it was the sort of problem lots of people have i might be able to avoid taking into somewhere to be looked at.

Thanks for your advice

Jen




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