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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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your catching up fine, it's me that doesn't explain things correctly in the first place. :D

 

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It may be better if you post back after making the repair disc, then we can give you which repair option to try first.  


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Ok i have created the disc
Now what
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OK, here we go.

Please read again the steps in this Tutorial, > http://www.howtogeek...c-in-windows-7/

Make sure the Laptop is connect to a wall plug.

 

Put the repair disc in the Laptop DVD tray and restart.

> On the first screen that is displayed, make sure Windows Setup [EMS Enabled] is highlighted, > press Enter.

 

On the second screen that open, insure the Use Recovery Tools ,,,, is selected, > click Next.

 

In the third window that opens we will first try, > Click System Restore.   

Complete the steps required.

When the Laptop restarts, are you at the Desktop?


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Wait im putting the disc in the tray at this moment
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Wait what do i do to get to the boot manager
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Restart the Laptop, the system repair tool will load and display the first screen


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The dell logo appears then this screen shows up

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Edited by Elton yu, 09 April 2015 - 06:32 AM.

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No picture was uploaded 

OK, now I see it.

Restartthe Laptop and start pressing F12,


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Please see the edited post
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Restart the Laptop and start pressing F12, Do you get a Boot options screen.


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Yes
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Use the arrow key to highlight the DVD/CD line, then press enter


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It says click any key to boot cd
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OK, do that.


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