Question about Computers & Internet
Your computer is not able to detect the hard drive on which your operating system is loaded.
Either the hard drive has gone bad or boot device priority has changed.
Try tapping ESC while turning the computer on you will get the force boot options :select the HDD group and try to boot the computer.
Disconnect all the external bootable devices such as external Hard drive.
It will give you the information whether the hard drive is working or not.
Still if the computer is not booting than there might be an issue with the Hard drive.
Posted on Aug 21, 2010
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