beck3 November 10, 2016 at 07:02:21 Specs: Windows 7
e machine 1200 model Power went out and computer shows no signal and then on screen shows f2 Bios and f10 reboot have tried a few commands but it comes back on screen boot failure insert disk hit enter i have no disk ?????
It has been almost a year since I last used my Win 7 computer, and it is no longer available to me. My guess is that someone else here can guide you to fixing the problem fairly easily. Something on the hard drive probably got messed up, and it is likely that you do not have any hardware damage and didn't lose any data except possibly whatever you might have been working on in any program you'd left open at the time of the power outage.
F8 key may also get you the options: Last Good Configuration System Restore Safe Mode etc. The first two will rebuild the boot manager and will solve your problem if you have those options. Another good way to do this is using your Windows 7 Repair Disk, booting to it, and choosing Start Up Repair from the repair options. If you made one of these as recommended you are set, if you did not make one when the machine was new, you can still make one on any working Windows 7 machine as long as both machines are either 32bit or both 64bit and use that. Also you can do this repair with a Windows 7 install disk if you or a friend has one of these.
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