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Q9. You were using your computer on a single disk drive. You have purchased another new hard disk and added it to your computer. After this addition, the computer is having problem while booting. What is the most likely cause?


The second hard disk is faulty.

You need to re-load the operating system when you add a second hard disk.

Check the Master/Slave jumper settings on the newly purchased hard disk. Wrong jumper setting may be causing the problem.

Check whether the BIOS supports a second hard disk. Upgrade if required.

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