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"No boot device found" error!

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I own a Dell Latitude E5410 and every time I try to boot it, a error message pops up saying "No boot device found, press any key to reboot!". Does anyone know how to fix this or is it completely dead? I am sorry if I posted this in the wrong area but this has nothing to do with malware. (I think.)
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Did you do anything earlier which might have caused this problem? Try booting into safe mode and see if the problem persists. Click here for a tutorial on booting into safe mode. If you can boot normally in safe mode, it might be a 3rd party program that is causing the problem.

If you have your Windows 7 disc with you, try the startup repair by booting into the CD and see if it helps. And lastly, try going into the BIOS settings and making sure the harddrive is detected. Make sure in the boot tab, the boot order is set correctly with the Hard drive set as the first booting option before any other devices.
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