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check the bios setup for hdd detection if hdd detected in bios then reinstall or repair your OS
if hdd not detected by bios setup then you have to open hdd cover
you will find a fpc cable betwen hdd & mother board
just open the connector carefully & refit & apply a small tape pice on the connector lock after reinsert the cable
Go to Avaira.com and download there repair tool,put it on a disk or a flash drive and run it in dos,thats before windows starts.
The tool will search for virus,rootkits,trojans.
Avira is the # 2 top anti-virus there is on planet, there tool is a free download. If this is a virus, avaira will kill it, this will do nothing if there are bad sectors on the hard drive and it won't boot.