Like oem key with oem disc, vlk for vlk disc, full retail for full retail. These scores are in range for the graphic chipset and a bit better than on the Inspiron , this is due to higher base frequencies on the Go in the Amilo. Unfortunately, there is no NumPad. I will have the covers off again and see if I can find what the hard disks are, and then see if I can download some kind of recovery utility from there. Fujitsu Siemens laptop aaaagh Studiot, sorry for the lack of clarity. So for now i was forced to install new OS on my second one and now waiting for an external cover to test the disk but I’m also thinking about buying a new bigger hard drive as a replacement and i have seen that somebody was lucky enought to put GB and it’s working surprisingly Also make sure sata is turned on in bios.
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There m338g two disks onboard, it’s one of those media pc widescreen thingies so loads of room for the disks. Fujitsu Siemens M Above view of keyboard view larger image The usual black keyboard feels solid and is smooth and quiet.
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Board index Time zone: Why would the BIOS suddenly stop recognising the hard drives? On startup it seems to be starting correctly, and then the “blue screen of death” comes up, displaying the following message.
If the laptop is relatively new under 1 year satq or so it may have a SATA hard drive and may require the ‘F6’ drivers on a floppy disk; but chances are there is no floppy drive so you’d need an external USB floppy drive. One must be external, thru the USB port. Unfortunately, there is no NumPad.
Maybe this solves your problem too. This is a laptop, right? I’ve posted a link for you over in that forum. Fujitsu Siemens laptop saa I see you’ve posted the same thread in the software forum. My friend has asked me to look at his Fujitsu Siemens laptop, an Amilo MG, because it refuses to load windows.
Or, take a look at this link: I get the same problem whichever boot option I choose, the error message regarding the registry problem. I have tried the “last known good configuration” option, but the result is the same, a refusal to boot into windows.
The only XP disk I have is one of the very first versions, and the licence is not valid any more! I don’t know if the notebooks are the same but it seems like they are. Finally, in that lower left corner, is the ssata microphone placed as far away from the keyboard and speakers as possible, to avoid noise.
Having a RAID controller is a rather strange decision on a laptop though, you see that in servers usually.
Also make sure sata is turned on in bios. Many thanks Confused of England confused confused Scoobs. I can’t get the machine to boot into safe mode, and even trying to install the windows comes up with the same problem. OK Scooby, Lets all agree to carry on in this thread since more geeks seem to have caught it.
Fujitsu Siemens laptop aaaagh Studiot, sorry for the lack of clarity. You enter the bios by tapping a key as the pc boots, I’m not sure which one for compaq, watch the screen. Visit our network of sites: Log in or Sign up. Fujitsu Siemens laptop aaaagh Good evening all, got a bit of a saata for you to ponder. I’ve tried fixboot and it doesn’t seem to have done the trick. Printing the info will probably make life easier I’ve got hold of the oem recovery disks, what do I need to do with it?