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My SCSI Hard Drive

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<_< Hi, I need to find out how to get my system back ontrack. I was in the middle of upgrading my computer operating sytem from windows 95 to Windows 2000, and right in the middle of everything my power supply went out. Once I installed a new power supply, I turned on my computer, and it's now stuck in DOS mode and when it first comes on it says"No SCSI Boot Device Found, SCSI Bios not installed". Then it jumps to a screen where it says "Non System Disk or Disk Error. Replace and Strike any key when ready". I know it usually say that when there's a disk stuck in the floppy drive, but there isn't anything in it. Also it doesn't give me an 'A:'
Please, Please, Please, Please help me correct this problem. I've tried doing it on my own for 2 months. Please provide me with the information, and sources to correct this.
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Sounds like your system is not able to locate your hard drive. Chances are you don't have a SCSI drive installed, so maybe your BIOS got corrupted when the power supply died. Have you tried resetting the BIOS/CMOS?

This can be done either by locating the correct jumper on the motherboard, or by disconnecting the power and removing the battery for at least five minutes.
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