So here's the problem I'm having. My computer was working just fine a few months ago, then I decided to move and put the computer into storage for a bit. Well, hooked it all back up and started it up. After starting, it took a very long time to load and when it went to boot it tried booting from the CD-ROM and with no bootable media disk, it wasn't able to load. I made sure all the connections were still good and everything was clean and re-booted. Same problem. I then checked the BIOS and noticed that my hard drive was no longer recognized as a bootable drive. My computer setup: Gateway FX6800-01E Intel I-7 Quad 920 2.67GHz 3g DDR3 RAM Seagate 750GB SATA HD Vista Home Premium I cant think of anything that could have happened to get rid of the HD as a bootable drive and any help to resolve this would be much appreciated.