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Prodesk 400 g1 mt
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Hey, when i try to boot my hp prodesk 400 g1 mt it default boot is network boot when i press esc the cancel it says non system disk or disk error i can boot to my ssd when i select it from bios i tried to reset bios  but that did not work please help

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Within BIOS SETUP, you should be able to change the "boot order" to make your SSD the first bootable device.

 

If you still get "non-system disk or disk-error", it is possible that your disk-drive is logically "corrupt" or physically "dead".

 

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Within BIOS SETUP, you should be able to change the "boot order" to make your SSD the first bootable device.

 

If you still get "non-system disk or disk-error", it is possible that your disk-drive is logically "corrupt" or physically "dead".

 

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Thanks, I was able to disable everything except my ssd and now it works!

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