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Hey brian ok here is you are going to have to do you have 2 options here ither do a system restore to the point before all of this happned or boot into bios and go to where it tells the boot sequence and ensure that it is set that all of the drives are showing like c/d/a ok then press the f 10 to save it to cmos and press ook and reboot and you should be ok after this if not please keep me posted so i can continue helping you best regards mike
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