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No Boot disk found - usually indicates the HDD is not located.
so you need to validate the HDD is inserted properly, and locked into the HDD slot. securely,
Blue Screen asking for password, could mean several things,
basically you need with both errors, take to a good Repair Tech and have this looked into... PASSWORD can be either for BIOs or HDD,
or the system went into LOCKED MODE and password is needed to UNLOCK it.
put cd in machine and restart
Keep hold of F2 to enter setup (BIOS)
find the 'Boot' tab and ensure that your cd/dvd drive is the 1st boot device.
now exit saving changes.
on startup now it should ask 'press any key to boot from disc'
do so and blue RAID screen will appear.
wait until instructions appear and follow, making sure you format the partition.
hope this helps, if theres any problems just ask.
Insert OS cd in drive and start reinstalling by selecting repair mode
now once all files are loaded system will reboot when you see the Installing Devices progress bar, press SHIFT + F10 this will give you access to your account also you can reset all passwords Now restart lappy and let the system boot normally without OS cd in drive now
you will come to old screen and previously configured desktop with all
intact aplication and icons on desktop and it will no more ask you for
password till you set a new one