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computer start and turn of after a second

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#1 M65


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Posted 09 November 2009 - 09:07 PM

Last day I use my computer to repair a hard disk. I connect this hard disk as a slave. Then I found out that my slave disk contains a virus of more than 200. I removed those with avira. Then now the computer i use wont boot up. It starts and turn off after a second. When I tried to disconnect the hard disk it continues to boot up but of course prompt the disk boot error since i remove the hard disk. Then the same problem happened when i tried to reconnect the hard disk. The computer start for a second turn off.

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#2 Jove


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Posted 10 November 2009 - 11:32 PM

Post Your PC Model and OS, since you may have limited access to the system information, . .

and try to get into the Safe Mode, this at least will be a positive move.

If you can get into the safe mode post back, . . .

then someone who can help you will have a place to start.

Did you say you tried to remove the slave drive and try to start it up with the original Hard drive ?

Good Luck

Edited by Jove, 10 November 2009 - 11:40 PM.

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living again !

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