i will provide some information so you know exactly what situation you are in.
RAW is unformatted, clean disk space on your hard drive. Well, that is not exactly true, but let's keep it simple for our purposes. NTFS is the" library" file system that Windows uses to process, store and access your data. Without a file system, Windows cannot operate; it won't "know" where to put your data so that it can find it again on command. It is the foundation of your operating system. You can think of it as the "Dewey Decimal System" that most local libraries use to keep track of all their books, otherwise there would be chaos with thousands of books piled up in no order at all and nobody could find any book they wanted to read.
Try to remember what you were doing, or any events that happened just before this. It might help.
Do not format your hard drive (HDD) or save anything on your computer. You will overwrite and permanently lose all your data.
At this point, Windows is not booting. The messages you are getting are from the BIOS, and it is telling you that your disk has no library system. The data is probably still there, but right now there is no logical file system for retrieving it.
This usually happens when there is a major system crash and your active partition gets corrupted, which prevents Windows from accessing it. Again, can you remember anything unusual that occured just before all this happened?
I am going to continue this immediately, but I will post this right now so that you will get the information; I see you are currently logged in.