A technician is replacing an internal hard drive used as a secondary drive on a PC. After connecting the new hardware and powering up the computer, an “OS not found” error message is displayed. What is the most probable cause for that error message?

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A technician is replacing an internal hard drive used as a secondary drive on a PC. After connecting the new hardware and powering up the computer, an “OS not found” error message is displayed. What is the most probable cause for that error message?

  • The power supply is faulty.
  • The hard drive jumper is set incorrectly.
  • The motherboard needs replacing to be able to support the new hard drive.
  • The USB port has too many attached devices to supply adequate power.
  • The BIOS needs updating.

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