|10 Dec 2013||#2|
Hi aravind, Welcome to Sevenfoums.
Go to BIOS settings and select Boot options. Normally you can enter BIOS via DEL key.
In the boot options, select the hard disk in which your OS is installed as the first boot device. Save the settings and exit. Reboot the PC and check.
Keep us posted.
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