OK, so this afternoon I heard the ‘click of death’ ( I read it a while back in HTMF so I had an idea what it was). Laptop was still working fine when I last checked it. So, I go use it this evening and the screen is blank except for two lines - NTLDR is Missing, press CTRL - ALT - DEL to reboot. do that and nothing happens except the same two lines come up. I can press F2 and get the system setup, but thats it.
Does this mean the HDD is fried? Most stuff is backed up, at least the important stuff. Another thing, in case you couldn’t tell, I’m not the most computer literate person on HTMF and I was wondering if laptop hdd’s are different from normal hdd’s. Are they difficult to install in laptops? I have installed a few hdd’s on desktop pc’s.
I have an Acer laptop with an 80gb hdd.
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.