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Motherboard welcome screen is not visible on booting and pmain problem is after installation an OS it is not accessible

OS loading problem and after several effort setup screen is not cooming and flash message to Disk Boot failure .

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There is a problem with your hard drive. Either it is faulty and cannot be accessed or it is not in your BIOS boot sequence.

When it is starting, go into the bios settings and verify that the first boot device is set to your hard drive. If it is and still does the problem, then your hard drive is faulty and needs replaced.


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Mitch to re-install your OS you must have the OS CD/DVD. If you have then follow these steps:

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2). Just follow the on screen instructions.

if any problem occurs... Ask me


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