Right, so I got an issue with my primary gaming computer. My knowledge of computers is that of a stereotypical blond bimbo so I have no idea how to solve it, anyway, when I woke up I started up my computer and it worked just fine like it always did. Used my password to get in and then opened up Opera Web Browser (which had maybe a half a dozen tabs open from the night before) and Itunes, like I always do. I then went out to brew some coffee and when I came back I tried to scroll down on Itunes to select an artist to listen to. Didn't work. Huh... Itunes froze huh? Weird... So I clicked the tab to open up Opera instead at the bottom left corner and the button thingie worked to click, like, it did its little animation to click but it didn't change browsers. Wow, this is weird, both froze? The fuck is going on? So I tried ctrl alt del so I could close them down and restart the computer. Didn't work. So I restarted the computer and I'm greeted with this message: A bit worried, so I looked up the message on google on my phone real quick and saw some people suggesting I check out the hard drive in BIOS on startup. So I did that and I'm like "er.... Fuck do I do here?" Finally, I checked up some youtube videos where they solve this kind of problem and immediately noticed a big fucking difference between them and me. Checl out the BIOS optiobs for this guy: Versus what my BIOS screen looks like: So for the more tech savvy out there, what the hell is going on? Additional notes: I have two hard drives (though upon opening the computer and looking around I can only distinguish one), I have C, which is very small and I have E which is my primary storing device and where I install all my Steam games on. As it says in the picture, there is a slot where another hard drive could be. In the front of the computer is a sliding panel which has a little sticker that says "please shut down the system before swapping the hard drive" so, yeah, it is clearly a slot 'for' a hard drive but there's never been anything in there since I got the computer. Yesterday, the room got way too hot so I opened up a window to cool it down, my PC is right next to the window and often times when there is a sudden shift in air I can hear little... Settling noises... You know, like when a plastic bottle sort of settles when there is a sudden shift in the temperature? Little sort of "pop" noises. Anyway, it's happened before so I've never thought much of it but now I'm wondering if those little noises it would make actually broke somethhing. Fuck if I know, I'm a blond bimbo, remember?