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error message....cannot access files on computer..


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stevecraig12

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reboot and select proper boot device or insert boot media in selected boot device

that is the error i get when I turn my computer on....I just installed adobe 7.0 standard and the newest version of java, and updated them both....and then I restarted my computer....and it gave me that error message...i put it into google and I havent gotton anything out of it yet.....i dont know what to do next....
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gerryf

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sounds like a hardware/bios message.....not windows....What kind of PC is this?
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Get into BIOS (often the delete key when you turn on the computer) and check your boot order. For diagnostics, if it is not set to boot from your hard drive first, set it that way. Then try to reboot. If that doesn't work, tap F8 to select "Boot from last known good config" from the menu, or failing that option, choose safe mode. If you can get into Windows, report directly to the device manager (Control Panel> System> Hardware) and check devices. Post back with what happens.

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Edited by Czarina, 22 July 2005 - 11:10 AM.

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stevecraig12

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i had to shut down my computer...and then turn it back on....and somehow that fixed it....
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