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has anyone suggested removing any usb storage devices? Might just be that simple.
The NTDLR is missing. that contains most of the computer's components for it to run properly.
Which could mean the BIOS is set to load a USB drive first which does not have an NTLDR file. Remove the usb drive, it'll move past it to the hard drive and boot normaly.
*Applause* I stand corrected, BUT that is partially true.
It's more than partially.


There is no external memory like usb.... >-< i get this when it first starts up i call it the 'boot up screen'