No bootable device on my mac!

June 23, 2011 at 20:28:02
Specs: Macintosh
I tried to put windows on my Macbook Pro using bootcamp.
Everything went well at first, but I noticed when picking the partition, there was no "BOOTCAMP" option.
So I picked the only one there was, Partition 1, which was C: "something".
Anyways, It got to the end of installing and told me I successfully installed windows and was about to reboot.
After it rebooted it instantly went back to installing windows all over again.
I freaked out and had to turn off my computer.
After it turning on and off a million times I finally got it on and pressed option to get back to my mac and just take it off because it didn't work,
My mac option wasn't there!
It only said windows...
So from there I ejected the windows disk and now when I start up my computer it says "No bootable device -- inster boot disk and press any key"
Pressing any key does nothing.
I don't know how to fix this,
How do I restore my whole Mac to regular condition? Is it possible now? Or is my computer screwed forever?

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July 7, 2011 at 11:55:39
Probably formated the disk to windows which ruined the OS X install. insert your Mac os x disk and boot from there.

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