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AlexHood
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change my MB and then do not boot with my HDD GPT

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change my MB and then do not boot with my HDD GPT, I have already activated the secure boot, but it does not boot

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Grzwacz
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Greetings AlexHood,

 

Welcome to the forum.

 

I am not an HP employee.

 

Why did you change the MB? Was the existing HDD working correctly prior to changing the MB?

 

I am guessing your PC works and you can get into the BIOS. Is this true?

 

You have activated Secure boot? Most UEFI BIOS MBs I have worked with usually default to Secure boot. Try resetting the BIOS to defaults. Verify the BIOS date and time is set correctly.

 

Did you replace the original MB with an identical HP replacement component?

 

Is the HDD detected in the BIOS?

 

Any boot time error messages such as "no boot device found"? Any POST error messages?

 

Check and reseat all MB and internal component connections. It is very easy to miss a connection to the MB or an internal component. Or a cable may not be fully seated on a MB connector or an attached component (SATA devices or power supply connections).

 

It is also possible the new MB is defective.

 

Tom

 

 

 

 

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AlexHood
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Greetings Tom.

Change the MB because it did not work, for an original product, exactly the same, the> HDD worked before the problem, if the HDD is detected by the Bios, there is that message that you posted, and I checked the connections and checked with a system on RAM, that everything is fine and that works well, in addition to another HDD, I can only think, that it damaged the boot of my disk, thanks for your response.
I already contacted HP, the boot was damaged, a greeting, thanks

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Hi Alex,

 

You're very welcome.

 

Sounds like HP Support solved your problem.

 

Good to hear this.

 

Swapping in a new MB is a complex task.

 

Regards

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