Missing Operating System :(


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    Missing Operating System :(


    HI all,

    I have a laptop and after 1 month i have open my Laptop coz i was on vacation ! Today morning when i have open my laptop everything was ok till windows logo appears and then only black screen i was waiting for desktop to show up but after few minutes a blue screen flash and system got restart and now it's showing Missing Operating System

    i have try in boot menu via updating Hard disk at 1st place in boot order ! but same problem even not a single usb , or cd is inserted ! i have open my laptop and re inserted my Hard Disk but again same problem!

    IS formatting is last solution ? if yes then i have inserted a CD also in CD ROM but i am not getting boot message '''press any key to boot'' even i have placed Boot From CD ROM in Bios !

    Please i have very important data on desktop & i need that any how

    Hope anyone out here help me out
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    Boot into BIOS setup to see if the hard drive is detected at all under Storage drives or in the Boot order. If not you'll need to try reinstalling it to see if you can get it to be detected. If it can't be detected you'll need to replace it.

    Reset BIOS to defaults to see if you can boot a disk: How to Boot A Computer from CD or DVD - YouTube

    Once you can boot a disk you can try to rescue your data using Copy & Paste - in Windows Recovery Console from the Windows disk to another hard drive, external drive or flash stick. If you have all three you can try writing the Win7 installation media to flash stick to see if it will boot, but you must copy your data out to external then.

    Once you can boot the disk you can also access System Recovery Options to run Startup Repair - Run 3 Separate Times.

    If these fail then everything else that can be done to start Win7 including hardware tests to confirm the hardware status is in Troubleshooting Windows 7 Failure to Start leading up to if necessary rescuiing your data to reinstall.
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