Hello Nazar I hope you are having a nice evening. I will start by saying unfortunately that is not a good sign. This often means your hard drive has gone bad physically or is corrupted. Do you hear any odd noises coming from the computer, or do you see any other error screens aside from the one you mentioned?
You seem to be on the right track when you mention boot settings. What we will want to see is when you are in the BIOS, you want to see if your hard drive is still listed. If it has "disappeared" and it states you have no master primary drive, then it is likely the hard drive has suffered damage and may not be able to be restored.
It seems your hard drive may have died. If you would like I can give you further assistance on getting a new drive, or possible recovery options. Please let me know if I have been helpful to you with your concerns! If you have any other questions, please let me know!
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