Solved Desk lamp made my pc unbootable

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Veronika123

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My computer is stuck saying 'stop code: inaccessible boot device' and keeps restarting when I plug in my keyboard. Hers what happened. My PC was ON with a screen. It was plugged into an extension cord along with other inactive things, one of which was a lamp. So I go ahead and turn on the lamp and it explodes. I turned the extension cord OFF and clean up the shards but now my PC wont work. It kept restarting with keyboard. With mouse only, it gave me some autorepair options but neither of them were successful After a while I opened my PC up, cleaned the dust, used sata usb to check both SSD with windows and HDD with other things and everything seams fine. When I started the pc without ssd and Hdd, but the screen and mouse plugged in, it loaded the Boot menu normally. Id like to know what might gave gone wrong and how severe it is :/
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it seems to ignore internet cable and USB with windows installation, does not have inbuilt wifi. Graphics card and all other ventilation starts up. Runs some type of windows 10 updated from Windows 7 home premium long ago.
 

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Inaccessible boot device could either mean the boot device (SSD/HDD) is either mechanically broken or it has a corrupted boot file.
 

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Inaccessible boot device could either mean the boot device (SSD/HDD) is either mechanically broken or it has a corrupted boot file.
Thanks for the reply. All data is still on it unharmed but i think your right about the corrupted boot file. How do you think I can fix it?
 

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How do you know all the data is fine? Did you check it with a different computer using it as a slave drive?

https://www.terabyteunlimited.com/kb/article.php?id=556
Ok I'm gonna try to repair my ssd's boot system and possibly put the rest to a
repair shop if my keyboard keeps restarting in. I used usb sata adapter to connect it like a usb key to my laptop. To see if everything is still intact. ;-) Thanks for everything and have a nice day!
 
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