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RektyGugu
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"3F0 Hard Drive" / I can't get into windows, I tried everything (Legacy Support; System Diagnostics)

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HP Pavilion Gaming Notebook
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So I restarted my Bios settings and then my PC started giving a 3F0 hard disk error and I already tried everything, legacy support, system diagnostics, put the bios in the factory default version and I'm thinking that the boot sequence is not  right . I tried to put ssd in UEFI BOOT ORDER but there is simply no option and my hard drive is being detected in the system diagnostics. if someone could help me I would appreciate it.

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@RektyGugu 

You said you "restarted" your BIOS settings -- you mean you CHANGED your BIOS settings? 

 

If your PC came with Win10 preloaded, then it almost certainly came with UEFI mode set -- and changing that to Legacy mode will guarantee that Windows will no longer boot.

 

If the UEFI boot menu (F9) does not list the SSD, that means is has failed and would need to be replaced.



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