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OK so I wanted to do a clean windows install on a new hard drive.  Took out the old hard drive put in the new one, put in my windows 10 DVD.  Couldn't get it to boot from the DVD.  So first help article I come across says to disable secure boot and that will open up legacy boot and dvd boot.  So I disabled the secure boot function and now I get nothing on my display.  If I hit the power button the screen stays black.  If I hold windows key + b and hit the power button the screen stays blank.  If I try to do a usb recovery screen stays blank.  If I try to reset cmos with the jumper screen stays blank.  It's very frustrating.  I've tried turning the power on to the computer and pressing F11, nothing, F10, nothing, escape, nothing.  Please help I'm out of ideas.  Thanks 

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Hi,

 

I suggest that you configure you PC back to it's original configuration and make sure that you didn't bump something inside.

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That's just it I can't get it back to its original configuration. I can't get into the bios I can't get into Windows. All I get is a black screen.

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Hi,

 

I am sure that it's something silly.  However, perhaps you should contact HP Support in case it's not something silly.

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