Western Digital — no bootable device

Address:Jammu, Jammu and Kashmir

Hello! I have PC with amd sempron processor and western digital 500gb hdd. After using the pc i switched off it directly from power supply. When i started it again, it started giving message that no bootable device found. Insert boot disk and press enter. What should i do now??
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Hi sahilarora862,
I hope you are doing well. Based on your post did you make any changes to the computer prior to the issue?
It seems like the computer is no longer recognizing that there is a hard drive in the system. You might try checking the BIOS to see if the disk is detected there, and verify that the boot order includes the hard disk, and that it is before other items in the boot order list. But it would be extremely odd for this setting to change on its own.
You may visit the following link which explains more about the similar issue.
You can also visit the below link which explains more about the error: "DISK BOOT FAILURE".
I hope it will help you.

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