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Uh Oh? Diskette drive 0 seek failure ?

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Does anyone know what this means... I pretty sure its not good. Thanks
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This seems to be pointing at your Floppy drive or some drive not fully connected from the drive end to motherboard end..Check all your connections and make sure its not a bad cable.
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This particular computer doesnt have a floppy. Its telling me now that the "Primary hard disk drive 1 not found"

I tried swapping out the drives but it didnt help.
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Originally Posted by 8InchFloppy
This particular computer doesnt have a floppy. Its telling me now that the "Primary hard disk drive 1 not found"

I tried swapping out the drives but it didnt help.
In your BIOS, you'll find a setting called "Floppy Seek" and will have the choice to Enable or Disable it. Disable it and it won't look for a floppy drive upon boot. If you leave it Enabled, it will look for one and can stop booting if it isn't found. (depending on another BIOS setting...halt on all errors)
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Im trying to enter setup but it claims there is a password. There shouldnt be one. Is there a way around this?
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I got into my bios and changed the appropriate info now after windows starts to load I get the BSOD with

STOP:c0000221 Unknown Hard Error
\\SystemRoot\\System32\
tdll.dll
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