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scyl
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boot device not found and disk 0 no media 0 bytes when i try to install windows manually

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HP Pavilion 530-23w
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)
Boot device not found (3F0)
Every time i try to boot into the PC, this shows up. I tried resetting default settings in BIOS and it still didnt work. So i decided to try to boot it up with my own windows 10 flash drive, but during the setup no device drivers were found and when i tried to poad in a driver, it said 'no signed device drivers were found'. Also, whrn i clicked browse drivers, there were 3 drives: USB Drive (D:), CD Drive (E:) and Boot (X:). Boot (X:) had all of the system files for windows, but i couldnt boot into it. I tried going to the command prompt and diskpart to fix this, but when i listed the disks, all that showed up were
Disk 1 Online 14GB 0B
Disk 0 No Media 0GB 0B

Disk 1 is my flash drive and i cant create a partition from disk 0.

Is there any way to fix this or boot up from Boot (X:)?
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That would indicate that either the hard drive has failed or got disconnected.


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That would indicate that either the hard drive has failed or got disconnected.


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dude ur a[edit] god thank you

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Hi scyl

 

Thank you for visiting the HP Support Forum. I would like to remind you again to please be respectful to those who offer suggestions in this Forum.  As a reminder the Rules of Participation state:

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thank

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