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Old 01. May 2015, 06:12 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Hi foxygrandma, welcome to the forum .

The solution to your problem is very simple. Simply remove the USB drives when you boot the computer, and the computer will boot up fine.

This happens because the computer tries to search for an operating system on the USB drives, and it does not find them. So, just remove the drive.

Is it required for the USB drives to be plugged in when you start the computer? If yes, why?

If no, then you just remove the USB drive.
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