I used Bootcamp to install Windows 10 and now it asks me for a boot drive?

I used Bootcamp to install Windows 10, then it turned off and when he started upward, he asks for a boot drive?  I'm going back and this computer is not even a day old?

Dr. Alan


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Try holding the ALT key during start up your Mac to the top. This will make all bootable discs appear on the screen, so tell me what options you see here. Maybe the Windows installation is damaged or you have removed OS X by mistake.

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