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No bootable device means your computer is trying to boot from a storage device and it's unable to find the operating system. Check the your system BIOS to see if your computer is still detecting your harddrive. To do this:
1. Reboot your comp. While it's coming up, keep hitting "Delete". This will bring up the Set Up.
2. Using the navigation keys of your keyboard, navigate to the tab that says "Boot Preferences" and hit enter.
3. Switch the boot device to your harddrive and save your settings then reboot.
4. If your harddrive is not being detected, it's either loose or has gone bad. In which case it would be best to have a tech take a look at your notebook.
Posted on May 22, 2011
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