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the computer went to blue screen and now canntot find the boot disk or path. I have reset to default ion the Setup screens. When I go into Setup, I have the following boot options
Hard Drive Group
Network Boot Group
When exiting setup screen, takes me to black screen with this message:
Reboot and select proper boot device or insert proper boot media and hit enter.
Takes me back to start screen with the HP hands and 5 options are the bottom
F10 F11 which does not work
Esc F9 which does not work
I tried tehm all and it just loops. Is there a fix?
One more.. I forgot to mention I have upgrade to Windows 10 Pro edition about 12-18 months ago.
Sounds as if the hard drive has failed. Is it recogized in BIOS?
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> When I go into Setup, I have the following boot options
> CD Rom
> Hard Drive Group
> Network Boot Group
Notably absent is the "Disk Drive Group".
Either the disk-drive has failed,
or it is not receiving electrical power,
or the "data" cable is not connected (motherboard end or disk-drive end).
Open the case, to check the final 2 options.
Otherwise, you need to replace the disk-drive, and reinstall Windows.
Or, instead of spending about $100 for a new disk-drive, put that $100 towards a brand-new computer.
Note that Microsoft will stop supporting Windows 7 in April 2020 -- just over 3 years from now.
So, at that time (or today) you will need a new computer.
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