I get the message
I do not have any disks in my drives; when I try to boot up my system however, I get the message "Non-system or disk error; replace and strike key."
I have tried booting through the floppy drive, arriving in Drive A, but although I have used SCANDISK, I still have the same problem. Please help.
This question was answered on March 17, 2003. Much of the information contained herein may have changed since posting.Since you stated you tried the floppy.
There may be a physical problem with the hard drive itself, rather than the floppy.
If you recently worked in your computer or have moved your computer recently a cable for the hard drive might have been loosen Make sure the cables to all the components in your computer are properly connected
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Posted by Felix of Katharine Gibbs School - New York on March 17, 2003