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No bootable device is detected

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Simon2143, Oct 10, 2019.

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  1. Simon2143

    Simon2143 Thread Starter

    Oct 10, 2019
    PC shows that when I start it up. Didn't have it more than a week. I have an SSD.

    Thing is,this popped up some days ago. I tried to troubleshoot it but nothing worked. 3 hours after that I tried to start the pc and it started up just fine. How is it possible that it fixed itself?

    Other than that, 2 days later it popped up but this time the issue is here to stay. Not sure what to do at all. I could use a video call for help or any advice
  2. crjdriver

    crjdriver Moderator

    Jan 2, 2001
    Negative ALL assistance is done in the forum.
    I can think of a few;
    1 Loose connection
    2 Intermittent failure of component.
    The problem is caused by either a drive failure OR a poor connection. In any case since this system is a week old, contact the seller. If you start messing with connections, etc, you can void any warranty.
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