Its possible that your system BIOS is not booting to the H.D. containing your Windows installation . You need to open the BIOS and check if the The BIOS is set to your H.D. being the first device your PC boots to when your turn your PC on ! Good Luck Nick
having limited knowledge on that i tried it .can get into the boot up system via f2 at start up but it all seems together,even by restoring defaults it still loads the same,and no there was no cd/dvd left in drive
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