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Originally Posted by andrea2012 View Post
just did what you suggested and it booted up straight away with disk 1 insillation, what could the problem be???
Refer to my first post...the hard drive is probably "dead". This sort of thing can happen to computers that are 6-8 years old. If you do not have a backup of your hard drive...then your files & programs are most likely not recoverable...or would be pretty expensive to recover.

On the positive side...replacing the hard drive is not too difficult or expensive.

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