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Normally When our computer’s boots up its starts to scan every storage device connected to it and if it finds anything bootable connected to your computer beside your main hard disk then it possible it changes the boot sequence itself and you’ll be seeing this error on your screen.
So, just remove everything from your computer’s USB port. Mainly your external Hard Drive, Pen Drive or Bootable Disc etc and then try to restart it.
This problem happens when your computer is not able to find the hard disk or if BIOS settings has been changed to give priority to some other device to boot your Operating system.
Remove, then power off and restart.
Did this work ?
Okay. So the original issue is not resolved. The problem in in your Bios Boot Priority . You will have to change your Boot device priority to permanently fix it.
Please try to restart it again. Your PC should be able to open normally now. If it doesn't then try to open it in safe mode with network access.
You have to go to BIOS setting by pressing either Del or F2 button during startup and try to go to below image.
In this screen you need to give first priority to hard disk.
No nothing else is required.
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No ,to go to this option you will have to go to your BIOS by pressing either Del or F2 button as soon as you restart your machine. You should be able to see which screen you need to press at the very bottom of your screen in a message saying press F2 (or some other key ) to enter into BIOS.
No no. Your PC is absolutely fine. It is just that some settings got changed some how. It should work they way it was working earlier.
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Slowness can be off multiple reason. I can look into your PC and see what is the actual culprit.
It is very sad to hear that your problem is still not fixed. I think your problem was this error message " Reboot and Select Boot devide or Insert Boot Media in selected Boot device and press a key" which is now gone.
Your other problems are different are different actually.
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Hi, I am Jins here to assist you. Please try the following. Restart your computer. Press and release the F8 key on your keyboard continuously when system restarts. You will get and Advanced Boot Menu. Select Safe mode from that menu and press Enter. Wait a little to complete the boot process.
Now press Windows Logo key and R key on your keyboard together. You will get open the Run command box. Type rstrui in the Run box and press Enter. You will get open System Restore window. Continue with restore and select a restore point from the list. Select a date before the issue to restore the system to that date. Your system will restart after the system restore. Check and let me know the result.
Okay, then while on Safe mode, click on Start button. Type cmd in the start menu search box. Right click on the cmd listed and select Run as administrator. On the black command window you get, type chkdsk /f/r and press Enter. Wait until hard disk scanning process finishing. Then type the command sfc /scannow and press Enter. Wait until the command finishing. Now restart the system, boot normally and check the result.