Question about ASUS N71JQ-XT1 17.3" Brown Laptop PC Notebook
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
When you reboot, go to BIOS, restore factory BIOS settings. If that doesn't help, you'll need to reinstall your OS.
Posted on Jun 17, 2009
SOURCE: How can i reboot my laptop?
It is either not seeing the HDD and/or the boot sector on the hdd has been damaged. Any repair you do will only be possible after you boot to an environment. If you can get a bootable CD made, that would be one option. Bootable USB is another. Once booted, you will then be able to examine the HDD to see what the problem is.
Does the bios show a HDD at all?
Posted on Jun 06, 2010
check 1st is there any memory card plugin or not if plug then remove and restart the system 2nd install operating system .. if same then repalce hdd.. thanks...
Posted on Sep 14, 2010
This problems would most likely be caused because of your boot order has
been changed in the BIOS settings. If you have a floppy drive as your
first boot device and your CD ROM as your first boot device, your
computer will try and find media on these devices to boot from, if you
don't have anything in the drive this will happen as it did"Reboot and
select proper boot device or insert boot media in selected boot device
and press a key" this just means that your hard drive that has your
operation system installed is not your primary boot device, however it
should be. To change this you need to enter BIOS set up and find where
these settings are and change your boot order so that your hard drive
with your operating system is installed on is the first boot drive, as
for your second boot drive, its really your choice.
Boot and hold F2 to get to BIOS,next Go to Exit tab and choose Load Setup Defaults.Exit and Save.
Posted on Mar 08, 2011
Try putting in your windows disk and using the repair option, your hard drive could be bad or data corrupted, you may have to reinstall windows if you are unable to recover it using the repair console. run CHKDSK /p from the C:\ prompt in the repair console. If you still are unable to access the disk, try reseating the cables on the drive, or using a different power cable. If none of that works, replace the hard drive.
Posted on Nov 26, 2011
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