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Help, hard disk won't boot after tweaking cpu's FBS

post #1 of 6
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A few mins ago I've just increased hte FBS on my intel prescott 3.0ghz cpu by 10, but then after my HD won't boot up saying "Disk boot failure, insert system disk and press enter", even after reducing my fbs back by 10 my hard disc still won't boot up getting the same message

I was wondering

1. Has my HD have been physically damnge?
2. Has the data in my HD had been corrupted? like files, OS, programs, etc

help plz, i'm completely lost : (

Here are my specs

Abit IS7
Intel 3.0Ghz Prescott single core
80GB Seagate HD
2gbs o 4x512mb DDR400mhz ram
post #2 of 6
Thread Starter 
These were the steps I went by and witnessed

- Start up PC and entered into BIOS
- Increased FBS by 10 then rebooted PC
- Got a "Disk boot failure, insert system disk and press enter" message
- Restarted computer and enter BIOS again
- Reduce FBS back down by 10 and rebooted PC
- Still got the "Disk boot failure, insert system disk and press enter" message
- After I put in XP installation disc and pressed enter I was able to load into windows
- While in windows I felt my XP CD installed something onto my drive, then I got a message saying I need to restart my computer
- While PC is restarting it automatically boot the XP CD without having to press any buttons
- Then pressed R to recovery console

Please forgive for my weird tone, it's from some of the medication I take kinda makes my emotion a bit awkward

but when I enter into the recovery console after pressing R, it shows my d drive instead of my c drive(where my OS is installed in)

The picture in the link from below shows the c drive in the recovery console, but mines shows my d drive instead, i only use my d drive as a file storage HD.
http://www.intelliadmin.com/images/W...%20Console.jpg
post #3 of 6
Do you have the option of putting your bios on "default settings". If you do, try to use your default settings, save and exit. See if that fixes your problem. I had a simular issue this weekend, and thats what seemed to fix mine.
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post #4 of 6
coruption of the hdd is one of the dangers of oc'ing, run you hdd makers diag utility on the drive to make sure it didnt happen to just die on you, otherwise you may be looking at a format.
post #5 of 6
1. Make sure all the cables are in
2. Disconnect drives, then boot in bios. Then quit, then connect drives agian.
3. Format.
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post #6 of 6
Thread Starter 
I've tried resetting my CMOS jumper and BIOS setting back to default but still failed to boot my HD : (. I was able to load into windows after getting the "Disk boot failure, insert system disk and press enter" message, and inserting in the XP CD and press enter.

I've been thinking about all night would it be possible for HD to be really damage or data to be corrupted since after only changing the FBS I was never able to boot or run the HD. Please forgive me for my awkward tone.
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