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    Can you enter the BIOS? Is the hard drive were the OS is, it is recognized by the BIOS? Do you have dual booting? If so, Windows boot manager should be listed first so you can boot to the OS you want. Another reason the OS will not boot if there are errors in the master boot record. If you do not have way to recover, you may need to reinstall Windows 7 and try to upgrade again. Alternatively, you should attempt Windows 10 installation from USB drive. All should be able to do if the BIOS recognize the hard drive and this hard drive has not failed. I do not think Windows update only will render hard drive no bootable. Board is not issue only unless a good hard drive is not recognized by the BIOS. If the hard drive is present in the BIOS, unable to boot can happen too if MBR become corrupted and repair should fix it. If you are unable to do clean install even with Windows 7, you should reformat hard drive. That should fix MBR issues and retry clean install.

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