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No bootable devices available error-please help ASAP (Solved)


Best Answer Elton yu , 04 November 2015 - 06:06 AM

HEY GUYS any of you still around?    So i got my laptop checked and my brothers gonna take it to the shop to replace the dam harddrive (it was the harddrives fault as said by a technician... Go to the full post »


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Oh,on the working computer yes?
Ill tell u the brand and model numbers of all the connected cables on the psu?
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Yes, on the working computer.

I just need the name of the PSU, the model number and the Watts.   

Like this, 

Cooler Master GM Series G550M - Compact 550W  >  http://www.newegg.co...N82E16817171098


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oh ok
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I excuse the mess
This is the working computers setup,just a monitor a mouse and a keyboard,is the psu the one on the bottom left?
I could take a clearer picture if you need it

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Sorry, can't tell from your pic.

The image at this link shows a Corsair PSU at the bottom left.   If yours is in that position, what is written on it?

http://www.corsair.c...view_opened.png


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My pc dosnt have an external cpu,its just a monitor,mouse,keyboard and a voltage regulator,the cpu is built in the monitor,i hope that makes any sense because the link you sent is what a cpu looks like to me
So is the psu in the pc?
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Who manufactured your PC? does it have a model number?


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Its the beautiful gateway one zx4800
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my  apologies to you Elton as I mistakenly assumed that your working computer was a tower desktop one.   As it is an all in one it will not be possible to directly attach the broken HDD to the Mother board.

An option that may work to test the drive, would be to buy a USB to SATA cable like this, > http://www.walmart.c...torage/35118076

Did you contact support for the Laptop and order the recovery discs?


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Is it me or does the world really want me to suffer :3
My brother found out about the problem and for my birthday on may28, he said [bleep] bring it too a repair shop.

So,i guess this is it?
Hoping that it gets actually repaired,i hope replacing the hdd would work tho
Anywas thanks for the help and youv sticked with me in this topic for so long...
You and terry taught me new things and stuff,so its time to hang the towels and call it a day :)
Many thanks to the both of you,



All tho im very pissed that it worked a brief moment then i shut the laptop down then it wont work again -_-
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Are u still even with us terry? XD
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You are welcome Elton :thumbsup:   just sorry Not able to get a better result for you.

Please let us know what the repair shop reports.

Terry stopped following.   If you look at the top right of the Topic, left click on the icon_users.png 2

 

Good luck. :rockon:


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Oh ye,i guess he knew it was hopeless and was pretty much beyond repair
Ill still be in to this topic tho,i dont know why but i will still be here
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Are u still even with us terry? XD

:D

 

yes i've always watched the topic, but i never actually click follow on any topic so i wouldn't show up in the following numbers. (first thing i always do when i log in is to check my content to see if any new posts have been made in a topic i've responded to.)

 

haven't made a reply because there was nothing i could add, so was content to let iammykyl continue alone until i could offer any help myself.

 

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:wave: Terry.

Thanks for still being there.

I'll stop cursing you under by breath,  :laughing: 


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