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lwarren70

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Basically what's happening is that first of all there is no "bootable device" connected and there is something about my BIOS going weird so I cannot log onto my computer therefore leaving me unable to use it. I am using windows 10 and I do not know what make my computer is.
 
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Typically the 'No Bootable Device" is a HDD failure or loose cables as it's not picking up the HDD. Check your cables to the HDD and make sure they are fully seated (pushed in all the way).
 

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As mentioned above this is most likely due to hard drive issue. The first step is to go into your bios and see if your hard drive is being shown or not. Let us know the results.
 
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