Please help to fix this issue.
thanks a lot
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Edited by ViprXX, 29 September 2007 - 01:18 AM.
Thank you Mr.neil Jones you save me from Embarrassment..hehe
This error is usually caused by turning on the Drive A setting and/or the floppy controller in the BIOS when there is no floppy drive present.
Easy to fix - go into BIOS (usually by resetting and pressing either F1, F2, F10 or Del) and see out Drive A settings (usually under Standard CMOS Features) or the Floppy Controller (usually under Integrated Peripherials).
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