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No bootable device -- please restart system

Restarts and repeats no bootable devices on screen with no use of the computer

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THIS IS A BIOS CONFIGURATION ISSUE. WHEN YOU RESTART THE 'PUTER, HIT F2 OR F12 TO ENTER SYSTEM CONFIGURATION. THEN FIND THE MENU ITEM FOR HARD DRIVES AND MAKE SURE THEY ARE RECOGNIZED / PRESENT ON THIS BIOS CONFIG. SCREEN. SET THE HD TO PRIMARY. SAVE/QUIT AND RESTART. THIS IS A STARTING POINT FOR FURTHER DIAGNOSIS. YOU MAY HAVE TO 'DBAN' THE DRIVE.

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