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How do i fix a encore 2 toshiba with a message that says no bootable device resart system how do i do that

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You should check in your BIOS settings to make sure your internal hard drive is designated as your primary boot device. If it is and the system still does not boot up, you either have a bad hard drive or the ribbon cable has come loose. There is an outside possibility that your MBR (master boot record) has become corrupt and the drive would have to be reimaged.

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