|diskette drive 0 seek failure;|
from another forum:
That is a POST (Power On Self Test) error and happens before the
operating system loads, in other words it isn't a Windows 2000 error but
a hardware error. Does the pc boot successfully after the error? Does
the diskette drive work properly, can you read and copy files to it? In
all likelihood the diskette drive might be "kaput". If you have a
hardware diagnostic utility for the pc run it and see what it reports.
If the drive is bad just replace it with a new one, they're inexpensive
and easy to replace.
It sounds like a hardware failure rather than software. I guess (by the
F1/F2 prompt) that you are getting this message just after it has gone
through POST checks (memory checks etc) before Windows starts to boot?
If so, it sounds like you have a faulty floppy disk drive. You could try
disabling it within the BIOS and seeing if that helps, if you still have
a problem try disconnecting the floppy drive.