Hello all, I wasn't sure where to post this and from what I've already read it seems like my HDD may be toast....
I had a windows BSOD sometime ago and can't remember the specifics as this is the first opportunity I've had to work on the problem.
After the BSOD reboot, I get the PXE error followed by the Reboot and Select Proper Boot Device message.
My BIOS still detects both of my HDDs though. I'm a former IT guy turned pharmacist and I am WAY behind the times of technology but anyway here goes...
I built a CyberPower Laptop (and regret it but I digress)
It uses an American Megatrends Aptio Setup Utility
This was a Windows 8 upgraded to Windows 10
Intel Core i7-4810MQ 2.8 GHz
The HDD is a Seagate SSHD and is under warranty until June.... I think it was some type of hybrid technology? (1TB SATA HDD/256GB SSHD)
Anyway, if its toast, am I better off just buying a new HDD myself or trying to get Segate to replace? Also, is there anything else I can try first?
Thanks for your time!