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i have message no boot device availabe, strike the f1 to reboot. f2 to run the setup utility.

SATA 1: INSTALLED

SATA 2: INSTALLED

SATA 3: NONE

SATA 4: NONE
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OK boot device there but what does your boot sequence show?
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Here's a weird one. Hard drive probably has incriminating sites on it (nephew had computer over a year.) I got the blue screen no boot blues, and even after removing the battery and going through that, it stayed dead. The geeks at Bust Buy are transferring my personal files onto a flash drive, but of course they access the hard drive todo that. Is stuff on there incriminating? It worries me, but I think they just let it transfer then call me. Maybe there's nothing on there to see or anything bad or illegal. I don't think the contraption is fixable.

Edited by jefazos, 06 October 2013 - 06:53 PM.

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Here's a weird one. Hard drive probably has incriminating sites on it (nephew had computer over a year.) I got the blue screen no boot blues, and even after removing the battery and going through that, it stayed dead. The geeks at Bust Buy are transferring my personal files onto a flash drive, but of course they access the hard drive todo that. Is stuff on there incriminating? It worries me, but I think they just let it transfer then call me. Maybe there's nothing on there to see or anything bad or illegal. I don't think the contraption is fixable.



Not sure what you are responding to as it has nothing to do with the original issue.
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