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Re-image a Intel Compustick STCK1A32WFC when "A bootable device has not been detected"

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SOURCE: hai sir iam using in intel d945gcnl desktop is

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If it displays a message saying "A bootable device has not been detected " Please check that the IDE Cable from the CD-ROM is connected Firmly to the IDE Header as displayed above and also check whether the ATA cable from the Hard Drive is connected to the Serial ATA Header Firmly.
"If you are using two optical drives be sure to check whether Primary Master and Slave are configured properly using the Jumper" If you are using one CD-ROM don't consider about this.

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SOURCE: NO BOOTABLE DEVICE FOUND,

You probably have a mbr virus.

Download The following iso listed below. It is the latest version of the Kaspersky rescue disk. You need to burn it to a CD with a program like Imgburn (Which is also FREE like the iso file). Then you need to boot from the CD and run the scanner. It should fix you right up.

Kaspersky rescue cd download:
http://majorgeeks.com/downloadget.php?id=6501&file=1&evp=ef4247319d4b536cb88b74d1ae4842b0

Imgburn download:
http://majorgeeks.com/downloadget.php?id=4870&file=15&evp=0636b68877cb69b15faa3374cb1dcd89

Posted on Aug 18, 2012

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