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I would remove everything from the motherboard that's not essential and then try 1) floppy only with known good diskette, 2) CD only with known good bootable CD and 3) ...
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  1. #11
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    I would remove everything from the motherboard that's not essential and then try 1) floppy only with known good diskette, 2) CD only with known good bootable CD and 3) HD only with bootable MBR. You need nothing more than a keyboard and a video card (if you don't have on-board video). For each test, set the BIOS to boot to whichever drive you have connected. If you get the same result as before with each set-up, it may be time to think about what kind of computer you want next.... (If eBay is an option, it's worth considering for those without much to spend.)
    /IMHO
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    ///this use to look better

  2. #12
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    Well I probaly need a new pc, but there so expensive and I don't have the money for one right now.

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