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If it gives repair as an option, go with that
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Hi
I pressed repair, It says set up did not find any hard disk drives installed on your computer
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Is it the same as the first blue box here

http://www.windowsre...dexfullpage.htm
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Hi Yes
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It isn't a SCSI or RAID Drive
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what do I do now follow the instructions from the link above
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What is the make and model of this machine, Elaine?

Sorry for leaving you hanging like that. My monitor went out on me...I got to go shopping for a new one! :whistling:
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Hopefully you got an LCD one like I was able to do earlier this year when my old CRT piece of junk finally died after ten loooooooooooooong years. :whistling:

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:blink: 19" Widescreen LCD :whistling: :help:
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HI I hope this is the right answer
Packard bell. windows xp home edition.
where do I find any other information maybe you can tell I am not that computer literate
Thanks Elaine
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Hello Elaine,

It is currently 6:09 am in wannabe1 land so you may want to come back at 7 pm UK BST, though you will get an e-mail if there is an earlier reply

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thanks
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Is there a model number on the machine?

If you can't find a model number, post the serial and part numbers here for me.
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Hi
Model/type ref ALT C02 MS WHQL Ns C05
is that the right number?
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I can't find anything using that number. See if you can find your computer HERE. Let me know which it is.
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