Computer wont boot to windows 7 after immediate unplug and replug

I mistakenly unplugged my computer (while running), then replugged it into power almost immediately (2 seconds). Now, nothing shows on the monitor.

If I turn off the computer, wait 15 seconds, then hard start it, I get the initial Gateway screen that says press delete to enter startup and press f12 to enter boot up screen.

I did both, and the computer screen went blank, as before.

I unplugged all peripherals, except monitor, keyboard, and mouse. No effect.

I unplugged computer, pushed the power button for 15 seconds, then plugged the computer back in. No effect.

Any thoughts on what the problem is and how to fix?

Tom
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  1. you can try repair installation by booting with your windows cd. your boot manager is corrupted most likely by loss of power
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