I used CC cleaner on the "wipe" tab to experiment on something I should not have. I originally have a "C:\" drive, which is my main hard drive where everything is stored in. I also, by default, have a system partition "E:\" drive where a few files are stored. This drive is locked from the system preventing the user to format it. I experimented by using the "wipe" feature to wipe my "E:\" drive. I felt nervous and my 'instincts' told me something bad happened. I restarted my computer only to discover my instincts are correct. My computer's internal components are functioning fine, however I do NOT have any signal to my monitor at all. Instead of my monitor's light being blue (normal signal flow), it is orange (NO signal at all). My hard drive light on my case blinks a few times (no more than 3 times) and finally stops. The computer is just is on, but cannot boot into Windows 8.1 operating system and without any monitor signal.
I looked up what perhaps may be a solution to my problem and found a few command prompt commands, which are NO use since I do NOT have any signal to my monitor and most likely the computer is NOT in command prompt. I even experiment by trying to type the commands "blindly" (without a monitor), but NO luck.
I tried all type of safety mode start ups, such as ESC, F2, F5, F8, Shift + F8, F9, F10, F12 but still no luck. Computer functions the same even without this command.
I got on my friend's laptop and burn on a CD "Windows 8.1 Recovery Disk" from Microsoft's website. Put it in the CD-ROM Drive, restart computer, I did see a CD-ROM green light indicating proper signal flow, however computer starts off normally with the boot problem.
All keys have no effect only Ctrl + Alt + Delete to restart, caps lock, number lock and scroll lock for the 3 green lights the top right hand corner of the keyboard.
I should of stayed SAFE- I should NOT have experimented on my good computer - I played with fire - but I was curious.
What is the solution?