Windows 11 Upgrade Guide
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The MVMe on my zturbo drive was def. so I replaced it with a new MVMe card. Next I updated the BIOS to v2.56, after that I did a clean
install of Windows 10 including all HP drivers from the HP Support center. When I try to install the Nvida driver for my
Quadro M4000, I noticed that the windows device manager does not see the card. During the driver install the screen went blank, and
the system crashed. After I restarted the system and entered the BIOS, the GUI was no longer there, only a legacy interface.
I can no longer make any changes in the BIOS, when I try it locks up. Also every time I try to install the Nvidia driver the system crashes
and corrupts my Windows installation.
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