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OK I figured it out. Hope this is correct.

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Both USB ports are gray.
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Okay next steps from command line.

 

diskpart

list vol

sel vol 1

active

list disk

list vol

 

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last step to try for the night. I am off for the night but will be back tom sometime if the following does not help.

 

At the command prompt enter the following command

bootsect /nt60 sys

 

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if successful then 

remove USB and restart and test for boot


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Hope this one is better.

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Sorry about pics.
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Sorry about pics.

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Thought it was worth a try. Automatically goes off and on with this message about every 30-60 seconds.

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Run these commands (press Enter after typing each of these lines):

bootrec /fixmbr
bootrec /fixboot
Bootrec /scanos
bootrec /rebuildbcd
exit
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See picture

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Did you try to Add it and received the same error message as before?
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Do you have acccess to another computer to download files and create another usb drive?
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I think I may have found your problem now that I am looking at it clearer this morning.

 

Your system reserved has been assigned drive letter c:

 

To remove follow these steps from command prompt.

 

diskpart

list vol

select vol 1

remove letter=C
select vol 2
assign letter=C
 
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Yes I have anothe computer to download files.

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Okay try restarting and see if it will boot or not?


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