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UNDI initialize failed no media detected what should i do

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Hi if your still having this problem then I have GREAT NEWS!! I have found a solution. Go into your bios screen at startup and enable your hard drive. I just found this solutions. In the boot sequence screen in the bios, apparently my internal hdd (hard drive) had been disable as a boot option. In order for me to enable it I had to press the space bar and made it second in the boot sequence next to the CD/DVD drive. Hope this helps!!

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