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AVVIO PC DA PEN DRIVE

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Salve a tutti

purtroppo devo cambiare il mio hard disk perchè ormai è arrivato. Vorrei mettere un hard disk ssd, ma ho provato ad entrare nel bios per cambiare l'ordine di avvio e dirgli di partire da usb per caricare il sistema operativo da una pen drive sul nuovo hard disk, ma nulla. Ho provato in tutti i modi. Il mio bios non ha nessuna voce inerente alla sicurezza e quindi non posso disabilittare UFI. La versione del bios è 6.14. Ho provato anche da windows, dal menu di ripristino, opzioni avanzate, ma anche li niente, non si parla di UFI e cosi quando entro nel bios non riesco a trovare la pen drive, mi da solo 4 voci (il disco, il floppy, il dvd e la rete) e non mi fa aggiungere altro. Grazie a chiunque riesca ad aiutarmi.

 

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hi. ok. thank you.

 

Hello everyone

unfortunately I have to change my hard disk because it has now arrived. I would like to put an ssd hard disk, but I tried to enter the bios to change the boot order and tell it to start from usb to load the operating system from a pen drive on the new hard disk, but nothing. I tried all the ways. My bios has no security entry and therefore I cannot disable UFI. The bios version is 6.14. I tried also from windows, from the recovery menu, advanced options, but also nothing, no mention of UFI and so when I enter the bios I can't find the pen drive, it gives me only 4 entries (the disk, the floppy, the dvd and the net) and it doesn't let me add anything else. Thanks to anyone who can help me.

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@MICHAEL781
Thank you for posting on the HP Support Community.

  • Did you install the os on the SSD?
  • Have you tried booting from SSD only?

Try going into the BIOS, disable secure boot and enable legacy mode.

Keep me posted for further assistance.

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hi, it does not make me disable the protected mode, they entered the bios but there is no menu menu ufi or anything else that the protected face works.

 

thank you

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hi, I access the bios, but there is no menu that makes me remove the security blocks. I followed vati tutorials, but nothing of what I have seen so far appears in my bios.

 

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@MICHAEL781
 

Try installing the SSD first without HDD installed and then install the Windows operating system on an SSD. 

This should do the trick. 

 

Keep me posted!

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