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When i turn on my computer, it says reboot and select proper boot device or insert boot media in selected boot device and press a key. what seems to be the problem here? please help. thanks.


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It's not a problem with your monitor. It's a PC problem. Usually this happens when one of several things has occurred:

1. A USB drive (jump drive, thumb drive, etc.) has been left plugged into the PC. This could even be a printer with a memory card reader on it.

2. An incorrectly mastered boot CD is in the CD drive, or a non-bootable floppy disk is in the floppy drive.

3. The hard drive is failing or has failed.

4. The filesystem on the C: drive has become corrupted and needs to be checked or repaired.

Those are listed in order of likelihood based on my experience as a PC technician.

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