[QUOTE=OlyComputers;724875]This is usually a defective hard drive, so it's odd that it would come back clean. I would suggest:
- open the case and re-seat all the cables.
- reset your BIOS manually by unplugging the system and removing (then reinserting) the CMOS battery, if you're not comfortable with this the BIOS should have a "restore to factory defaults" option, it's not as good but it could do the trick.[/QUOTE]
I agree with #2 here. Try that first. Then check the web to see if there is a new BIOS update for you. Then proceed to step 1 IMO.