Reboot and select proper boot device or insert boot media in selected boot devic

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Reboot and select proper boot device or insert boot media in selected boot devic &press any key


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  1. Hi, I think you need to re-install your os or hdd is not found. Check in your laptop bios to see if you can see hdd.
  2. Try what anonymous1 said in the above post.

    Enter BIOS and set the HDD as the boot device.
  3. Check the bios to make sure it actually is detecting your harddrive, if not it may simply have detached itself from the ide / sata connector. Simply removing the hardrive cover and plugging it back in should fix the problem.

    I had to do this for someone the other week, was the quick laptop fix I have ever had to do lol.

    If the bios is detecting the harddrive then the problem is most likely with windows being corrupt, what OS do you have ?
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