any advice? is the hdd dead?
screenshot of boot error screen.
https://1drv.ms/u/s!AgFqxF-g9pqPvxl_RJq ... 2?e=WHYDzz
WinXP/freebsd/Debian8 triple boot
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Ok now seriously, that an error I haven't seen before. Nwo you say this happens after the boot splash screen, well you should pull the drive. If it stops with either a blinking cursor or a No OS error message, then you should just reinstall the operating system of your choice on their and be on your merry way after recovering/backing up any important files.
Now if it doesn't go away...well I'm stumped past a possible Mobo swap.
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