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rshaffer61

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Broni and 123Runner :) :)

Edited by rshaffer61, 19 July 2009 - 08:16 PM.

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Ok I am back from BSA summer camp.

"Diskette Drive 0 seek failure error.

This error is still a mystery. Did the BIOS get set to default as asked in a previous post?

Usually when I see this error

Press F1 to continue, F2 to enter setup."

I have found that the BIOS/CMOS is not saving the date and time correctly. So can we check to see if the date and time are correct? A couple times I have seen this to be a main board issue.

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Thanks 123 Runner! Yesterday, I googled a solution by typing in the problem, and found out that I had to change it from reading a floppy disk upon opening up the BIOS/CMOS. DId that and haven't had a problem since. Again, thank you for your suggestions.....

If any tech reads this we can close the case as it has been solved. Thank you!
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Thanks 123 Runner! Yesterday, I googled a solution by typing in the problem, and found out that I had to change it from reading a floppy disk upon opening up the BIOS/CMOS. DId that and haven't had a problem since. Again, thank you for your suggestions.....

"You need to press f2 then go to Standard CMOS Features, then highlight drive A. change it to none. should not have anything in there enless you have floppy drive......

If any tech reads this we can close the case as it has been solved. Thank you!
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