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I installed windows vista on my pc a week later i got this message Reboot and Select proper Boot device how do i get rid of it please its doing my heed in thx for your time
Hi Slash73, can you check your bios for:
And hard drive config, I have seen this on a XP Pro PC, The HD the OS was loaded onto was set as "Secondry Master", with a primary hard drive installed.
The PC doesn't have a card reader built in? I have heard of a PC attempting to boot to a camera "flash card" which was left in the reader and forgotton. ( just like the "old day" with the floppy left in the drive.
I think that if the PC ran alright for the 1st week that this issue is in someway hard ware related (Not that I have faith in Vista)
Posted on Aug 30, 2008
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