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"NO OPERATING SYSTEM FOUND".WINDOWS 2000 INSTALLATION

Posted on 2007-03-18
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I AM TRYING TO INSTALL WINDOWS 2000 ON A COMPUTER, BUT I GET "NO OPERATING SYSTEM NOT FOUND". THE COMPUTER WILL NOT READ THE WINDOWS INSTALLATION CD. PLEASE EXPLAIN THE STEP-BY- STEP PROCEDURE FOR INSTALLING THE WINDOWS 2000.
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Is CD ROM drive first boot device in BIOS setup?  If not, needs to be so that PC will boot from install CD.  After that, installation is straightforward on an IDE drive.
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thanks it worked
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You're welcome.  Glad to help.
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