Windows may be having a driver problem with the drive. You can check for this using the Device Manager. To open it, press Windows Key + R, type “devmgmt.msc” into the Run dialog, and press Enter. Look under Disk drives and check for any devices with a yellow exclamation mark next to them. If you see a yellow exclamation mark, you have a driver problem. Right-click the device with a yellow exclamation mark, select Properties, and look at the error message. This error message can help you fix the problem — you may want to perform a Google search for the error message you find. uch problems can be tricky to fix. If the problem started recently, you may want to run System Restore. You may want to use the Update Driver button to install an updated driver, use the Roll Back Driver button to revert any changes, or use the Uninstall button to uninstall the device from your system and hope that Windows will reinstall the driver and configure it correctly when you econnect the drive. For more information visit Dell Optiplex 745 Manual- guideusermanual.com/product-name-optiplex-745-manual&po=151747&lang=English. Good Luck.
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Hello.. I have an idea with which your system amy start booting without making any more issues: Restart the system. When you see the Dell splash screen, Press F2 to load the BIOS. The System Information screen of the BIOS will display which version is installed. Please refer to the Dell Support Site to check if this is the latest version. If you need to install the latest version, please download the BIOS on another system and save it to a USB memory stick. Once the BIOS has been updated on the failing system, access the BIOS again and make sure the Hard Drive is recognized. This can be seen in the System Information screen I hope it can help you. If not ? Then check Dell Optiplex 780 Manual- guideusermanual.com/product-name-optiplex-780-manual&po=344815&lang=Englishfor your help.
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