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Just venting a rant

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So.....100 + solid hours into my HS set up. PC flawless the entire time. Today is the day....THE DAY....I have it all done and I'm about to drop PC into cab to wire up buttons/ program ipac etc.....and I get this ??????20180811_112614.jpg.10762177665b4f644e3d77a3f3e8ea89.jpg

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Oh crap... It looks like it’s just an issue with the os. Your hyperspin setup is probably still intact. I would install Linux on a thumb drive, boot from that, copy your hyperspin directory over to another hard drive, reinstall windows, and transfer your hyperspin directory back over. 

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Oh dude, that's savage! 

We're rooting for you. We look forward to seeing your system complete. 

You're not directly asking for advice, so I take it you're OK with troubleshooting the PC? 

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Make sure you don't have a thumb drive or external drive plugged in.  Sounds dumb, but I forget to remove all the time after transferring files and get the same error. 

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Yeah this is an OS issue. You either don't have Windows installed on the hard drive you're using, or you don't have a master boot record written. Boot from a Windows recovery USB stick and you should be able to repair things or install Windows (but this option may require a format which will wipe your data).

This is really basic stuff, and not in a derogatory way, just low-level. You'll get through it but you'll have to shuffle things around for a bit, I bet.

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just stick the harddrive in a harddrive dock and see if it picks it up on another computer... as then it won't try and boot, if you don't have one go to MSY and get a cheap one for like $20.

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Bwahahaha - I am one of those guys that always misses the obvious.

I read a bit online about this and was looking at the possibility of the boot from USB etc etc - then I looked at the error message again "try disconnecting any drives that dont contain operating systems"  I removed my D drive - started PC - PERFECT . I reconnected D Drive restarted PC............................perfect :)

 

My only concern is why it did it in 1st place and could it happen again.....

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Most likely you can set boot sequence in your bios (press delete key when first turn on pc??). If you never ever boot to usb like me, simply remove it from sequence.

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All good guys - thanks for the 'ears' - System restarted numerous times  now..............and not failing.

Hyperspinning like a MOFO now .........:good:

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I had something similar a while back, I was using a hacked copy of windows using windows loader, and my AV removed the hack making windows unbootable.  Lost everything, months and months of setting up gone.  Upside is i`m a much better at rocket launcher/hyperspinner for it now!!!

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