Sorry to hear about the trouble you are having. Try the following tips and lets see if we can get it up and running.
-Set the boot order in BIOS to boot from the disk drive first. In order to get to the BIOS, you will need to select BIOS option or Settings when the machine is booting up.
Most often, the
above error is caused due to incorrect BIOS settings or a faulty
, such as hard disk. Sometimes, the error may also occur if
the computer tries to boot from a device, on which it cannot find the
required boot files. An improperly connected hard disk is also known
to cause the same type of issue.
You should follow the below steps sequentially in order to isolate
the cause and solve the issue:
Verify all the cable connections of the hard disk. An improper or
loose connection is likely to be the reason, in case the hard disk
has been recently installed or moved.
Check if no other storage device is connected to the computer. If it
is, remove it.
Enter the BIOS setup when trying to start the computer and see if
hard disk has been correctly setup and detected in BIOS. If the hard
disk cannot be detected due to any reason, you should consider the
next suggestion as it might be physical failure.