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My computer restarts and won't turn back on.

After restart it says: Reboot and selected proper boot device or insert boot media in selected boot device and press any key.
Any thoughts on how to fix it. preferably step by step.
Thanks

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  • leigh_2812 Jan 21, 2009

    thanks ladytech... yes still need help. there is nothing in the rom device.

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Have you checked to make sure you don't have a cd/dvd in the rom drives? Sounds like it might be trying to boot up to something left in a rom drive. If not may be set in the bios to not boot from the hard drive (the bootable device). In this case you can change the settings to be sure this isn't the problem. Could also be a corrupt operating system or hard drive failure. But before I get in to deep, there is no date on your post. If you are still having problems and would like some help please send a note and I will be glad to help you.

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