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Experience:  Senior IT Support Specialist at Brookfield Asset Management
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I have a toshiba laptop and it keeps saying no bootable

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Hello I have a toshiba laptop and it keeps saying no bootable device. I had issues with my laptop and did a clean by mistake and now don't know what to do
Assistant: What's the brand/model and Operating System (OS) of your laptop?
Customer: Toshiba satellite c8550-16u
Assistant: What have you tried so far with your laptop? Have you installed any updates recently?
Customer: So it was working fine then I cleaned by junk files. Deleted downloads etc then I kept getting a blue screen saying your PC has run into a problem and it rebooted so I followed info online about command promts and the last thing I did has meant the computer doesn't recougnise my bootable drive now. I've tried bios and everything ans am lost.
Assistant: Anything else you want the Computer Expert to know before I connect you?
Customer: No
Submitted: 7 months ago.
Category: Laptop
Customer: replied 7 months ago.
Can I get an update on how long this will take to answer please
Expert:  Ameen Khan replied 7 months ago.

Hi! My name is Ameen and I'll be assisting you. Secure Remote Assistance is NOT REQUIRED (But Helpful)

I am sorry you are having this concern, I will do my best to help you today.

To answer your question ->

  1. From a cold start (complete shutdown)
  2. Press the power button and immediatly continually tap F2 key to open the BISO setup.
  3. In BIOS go to the ADVANCED menu tab.
  4. Select System Configuration.
  5. Select Boot Mode.

​Follow the steps from this link below


Let me know if you have any follow up questions. I am here to help you.