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Windows 7: No OS available in Windows Recovery Environment

09 Apr 2016   #1
mcp50

Windows 7 Pro x64
 
 
No OS available in Windows Recovery Environment

Last week I installed an optional windows update. I restarted, and after getting through the BIOS screens, it wouldn't do anything. I checked my monitors, but nothing was showing up. After a few minutes I rebooted, but this time it took to the Windows Recovery Environment. When I'm in the first screen of the recovery environment, my keyboard stops working, so I can't select "start windows normally". I have to wait for the count down to select "Launch startup repair". In startup repair, no operating system shows up in the window. If I choose the "restore with a system image" option, I get an error that says "the system cannot find the specified file". When I click ok, it takes me to a list of recovery tools, none of which work. I ran "list disk" in command prompt, and it lists three drives, their statuses are listed as "no media" and sizes are "0 B". I have a two raid 0s in my computer, one is two 240 GB SSDs and the other is two 3 TB HDs. I have backups of both. I also booted from the installation disk and had same results. From what I've read on various forums, it seems like I have to load drivers to get windows to recognize my OS. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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