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i get a disk 1/0 error and then after that it says replace the disk, and press anykey...
what do I do?
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Hello again! It's entirely possible that your I/O problems are caused by your corrupted BIOS and not a hard drive failure. Do any of your other drives work, the floppy or the cd-rom?
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never mind i figured it out... l o l...the drive has a lot of bad sectors i just jumped it as a slave and threw it on another computer ans am formating it now. Thans again tyger :tazz:
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ya all the drives work two it did the same thing on two completly seperate computers
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Are you making any progress on the Acer/win98 machine?
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i have the memory of a gold fish which one is it on again...i dosnt help that i have been takeing tests all day either.l o l
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