Reboot and select proper boot device

  Sordxyx 00:48 15 May 2017
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So my of bsod then went into Windows repair failed so I tried to reset refresh reinstall Windows nothing worked I checked in bios and my sad was not in priority I finally got it back there then relaunched my pc Then I get the error reboot and select proper boot device I disconnected my hdd and disk drive and the problem still persists if I reconnect my he'd and disk drive I get a black screen with a cursor and if I use a Windows Ian I get a purple screen with a cursor been trying to fix it for ages I am mentally exhausted :(

  alanrwood 09:33 15 May 2017

Sounds as though the quickest solution is to connect everything together again and do a complete clean install. Download the latest version of Windows (you don't say what it is). Just be careful not to install on the drive which contained your data or just disconnect it temporarily. Of course that might not be possible if the data is on the SSD and that is where you need to reinstall the new Windows.

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 09:57 15 May 2017

Sounds as if you have corruption of the boot files on the SSD. (reselect proper boot device).

You may have to boot from a USB (BIOS may need to be set to legacy boot and USB as first boot device ) containing a windows iso to make the repairs of as JJ suggests reinstall windows.

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