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HP Pavilion p2-1134 Desktop PC
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@Kimmykimm -- your computer is capable of "booting" from various devices:

  • internal CD/DVD
  • HDD
  • SSD
  • external CD/DVD
  • USB memory-stick
  • by a connection (over Ethernet) to a "boot-server"

Your computer has tried, and failed, to connect to a "boot-server" within your home network.

Your computer probably has tried to boot from each of the other devices, and not found anything "bootable".

 

What this implies is that your computer could NOT boot from your disk-drive.

Perhaps, the "data" and "power" cables are not connected to your disk-drive.

Perhaps, the "data" cable is not connected to the motherboard.

Perhaps, the disk-drive has totally "failed".

 

If the last, above, condition is true, then you must replace the disk-drive, and install Windows onto it.

 

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