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AW01
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PC says none bootable drive

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HP Pavilion Gaming - TG01-1057no
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When trying to start my computer it says none bootable drive and then when I would try to reinstall windows on the m.2 drive it doesnt exist anywhere so it is like the PC doesnt see it or recognize it. I reinstalled windows on a hard drive and that works fine but the m.2 drive still doesnt appear anywhere

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Prométhée
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your computer is broken it must be repaired free of charge
go to the support page for your country, and use the contact option

or change the country here

https://support.hp.com/us-en/contact-hp

 

 

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The most-likely conclusion is that the M.2 stick is "dead", and the motherboard cannot detect it.

Replace it.

 

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hi

this computer is fairly new, it should maybe still be under warranty
Did you contact your reseller or hp support?

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The computer is about 7 months old and I dont really know how to contact support, I didnt find a way so I wrote here instead

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Okay can it be something wrong with the motherboard or is it only possible that the m.2 stick is dead?

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your computer is broken it must be repaired free of charge
go to the support page for your country, and use the contact option

or change the country here

https://support.hp.com/us-en/contact-hp

 

 

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