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Hi im josh in cebu phils. if it turns on but not boot. the problem is no set boot sector is selected. friend try to enter bios set up and then go to boot menu. then select hard drive to boot first.then save the changes then restart the pc. if nothing improves open your pc check the ide or sata cable if it is ok.no cut not losen.try to tighten firmly first then turn on your pc. if it doesnt work the same try to change the ide/sata cable and dont forget to give power supply on your hard disk.ok. good luck

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