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Hi

Normally for Pcs and laptops the booting devices can be found in the CMOS/BIOS settings, when you start up the pc/laptop you normally press esc f1 f2 etc, this allows the user to enter into the CMOS/BIOS setting.

Under the Boot tab you will see all the devices you boot from they will be enable/on or disabled/off check them to see which devices are on and off.

The last tab has a load default option if you select it and exit and save these changes it will automatically enable all the default devices in order.

Your pc/laptop should boot up normally now

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