|If the laptop used to boot OK before and this is a new problem then this could be because:|
1. You left a non bootable CDROM in the CDROM drive
2. You left a non bootable floppy in the floppy drive
3. You left a non bootable USB stick in a USB slot
If non of the above is true then it is likely that you have a problem with your hard disk as it does not appear to be detected at start up in the BIOS.
You will need to investigate why this is happening. The main possibilities are a bad hard drive or bad connection
☺ When everything else fails, read the instructions.