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HP gaming desktop
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Hi I upgraded my graphic card tonight and after install turned on computer and won’t boot up gives me the above line then goes to boot device not found . I have been trying to figure this out all night. Please help
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@Mhr72727 wrote:
I upgraded my graphic card tonight and after install turned on computer and won’t boot up
gives me the above line then goes to boot device not found

What happens if you "undo" the upgrade of the graphic card, i.e., remove the new graphic card, insert the old one, and try to boot?

 

Or, it could be that updating the device-driver software did not go well, and that your copy of Windows has been damaged, such that the file-system no longer has the necessary "boot" files.

 

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