Hard Drive Crashed Replaced but No Bootable Devices Found

By rosegoldenpearl ·
Tags: Windows
This is truly a long if someone gets the chance and can either email or snap me that would be even better.....I've got an HP Pavilion and an HP Pavillion p6000 series dont think that matters. Both with crashed hard drives but I have a replacement that didnt work on 1st pavilion mentioned due to corrupt system so I replaced the 2nd mentioned. But I'm still getting "Reboot" error screen. Used a windows 10 installation CD which seemed promising but spoke to soon when it keeps asking me to restart system. It doesnt realize my system isnt fully starting. Wont go past reboot screen and have tried BIOS Setup and making 1st drive either HDD or CDROM. Tried repairing computer and using CMD Prompt but still no luck....anyone know anything else I can try or do I need to just give up and try to get someone to look at it?!
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Bootable Device

by manojshu10 In reply to Hard Drive Crashed Replac ...

You can do this to fix your problem
1. Run Automatic repair.
2. Run the troubleshooter.
3. Run SFC scan.
4. Make sure you're using UEFI.
5. Check for lose cables.
6. Disconnect USB peripherals.
7. Set your hard drive as first boot device.
8. Fix your MBR.

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