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Solved: My computer suddenly won't boot up


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18-Aug-2012, 01:02 PM #1
Solved: My computer suddenly won't boot up
It all started when I burned a CD-disk with music so I could listen it in my car, and after that, I took my PC in sleep mode.
When I came home 10 minutes after, realizing the CD-disk didn't work because I had putted to much songs in it, I tried to boot my computer.

After some time in BIOS, I have recognized that my SSD-disk is not on the bootlist anymore, and I get this error when I try to boot up my computer without the repair-disk from Windows 7.

"Reboot and Select proper Boot device or Insert Boot Media in selected Boot device and press a key"

Does anyone have a clue? I have checked all the cables from the SSD-disk, and changed it to a blue sloth on the motherboard instead of the gray/white. I have also tried to check if Windows even recognize it with command promt, and it doesn't

It has worked fine until now..

Please help me, I am desperate...
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