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1st computer build. getting 'BootMGR missing' message. Bios screen comes up fine. ctl+alt+del and comes back to same message. Is this normal? Is it ok to run new OS, is that what comes next? Hard drive is not configured yet. under bios, the cmos is set to default.

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Needs to have an operating system installed on the hard drive.

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