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I have got hp pavalion dv4 2145dx ,and it has a problem regarding boot failure ,it says "No bootable device--insert boot disk and press any key",although i insert bootable disk,but its not working what to do???

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There is no hard drive in your computer if there is one installed it might not be connected or defective.

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