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Windows Vista PC won't boot. (Update: BIOS issue?)
I don't know why, but my PC started refusing to boot early this morning. The computer makes it to the second BIOS screen (where it starts loading drives) and then hangs. I can make it to the setup or boot menus, but what I've tried so far hasn't worked. A HDD diagnostic says that the drive is okay, but neither booting to my utility partition nor using a boot CD work. Trying to boot to the utility partition causes a hang similar to booting normally. Attempting to boot from the startup disc I made causes the following message: "Selected boot device not available." I'm given the options to retry or go to the setup menu, but retrying gets me the same message.
Any thoughts? Any additional information I can provide?
SteamID - Fig-D :: Xbox Live - Fig D :: PSN - Fig-D