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Phoenix2019
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HP 280 G2 Microtower PC doesn't boot SSD Kingston

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HP 280 G2 MT
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Hello Everyone,

 

I want to upgrade the 4 PC model HP 280 G2 MT, so, I bought the Kingston SSD KC600 for it but the machine doesn't boot the SSD. Does HP will do something to fix it? Because I saw many people have this problem I read many suggestions. Some of them buy new HP SSD but I think, it not the right way to fix it.

 

Have someone fix it another way because I already bought 4 SSD already I don't want to spend money anymore.  if who succeed help me, please

 

Prakan Pongpanapth

 

 

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Zookomt
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Mine was working fine until I did a BIOS upgrade. Now locks up on booting with Samsung EVO 850 SSD. Tried WD and it seems to work alright! But this is not fair trying to find another SSD when you know itusby truaħ and error if it's compatible or not! This Bios upgrade is flawed.

Thanks

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ABielecki
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What version of BIOS do you have on this PC? The BIOS A0.35 should work fine with your SSD. I had same problem like you after upgrading BIOS to A0.41 and any released after that, the system would not boot from SSD. I have not try A0.59 but probably doesn't work either.  I downgrade BIOS (some people will tell here that you can NOT do, but I did on my system and it's running fine) to A0.35 and never had problem again with my EVO 860 1TB drive setup as boot drive.

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Phoenix2019
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Thanks, can you teach me? how to recover the bios A0.35 to my computer and also if you have the file because I couldn't find it with the driver download page.

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