Win 10 f1, f2, f3 screen and will not start win.

  1.    11 Oct 2018 #1

    Win 10 f1, f2, f3 screen and will not start win.

    Working fine in July 2018. Tried to boot to update all new software.
    I keep getting a black screen with "No bootable devices found"
    Press F1 to retry boot.
    press F2 for setup utility
    Press F3 to run onboard diagnosis

    I've tried all of them but nothing works
    I've tried booting from win 10 repair CD

    Machine is out of warranty. Dell wants $239.00 to fix it.

    Does anyone have a way to fix this vboot problem myself.

      My ComputerSystem Spec

  2.    11 Oct 2018 #2

    Its not finding a boot device so either its just wiped the hd or the HD is dead does the bios show the hd ok. Does the win10 cd see the drive if so can you install?
      My ComputerSystem Spec


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