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HP Spectre x360 - 15-bl101na
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Good evening all,

 

So, I've been suffering with the infamous 3FO error for some time.  I've made sure the BIOS driver is up to date, re-installed windows several times (the latest reinstall being a full clean install) and worked my way through every other possible fix and driver update and still the error persists.

 

In fact, the only driver I am unable to locate turns out to be the driver for the orignially installed SSD.  It has a driver installed of sorts, it's just it's the Microsoft standard from way back in 2006?

 

The issue though is Samsung do not list this SSD amongst their driver collection so I'm unable to find a download to install.

 

So, what I need to ask is, does anyone from HP have a link to the driver for this specific SSD which came with my HP Laptop.

 

Any help is greatly appreciated.

 

Michael.

 

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@McCarthyMR 

 

99% chance. Please use the following Guide to fix


                       HP PCs - Hard disk 3F0 boot device not found error


Regards.

BH
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As mentioned sir, I've already tried every option including this one and I've found out I'm the 1%.

 

So, knowing the BIOS is up to date and has no issues, and windows has had a completely clean install, and the SSD has passed all healthchecks without issue, but knowing it is stuck on a generic windows driver from 2006, the next thing to check is locate the actual driver for my Samsung SSD.  Do you have a link to where I can locate this please?

 

As mentioned in my original post, the SSD installed in my laptop is:  Samsung MZVLW1T0HLMH-000H1

 

Any help to locate this driver is gratefully appreciated.

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