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I have a hp and it doesn't like a new hard drive and when I wanted a fresh copy of Windows I had to convert it to MBR from GPT But it deleted the recovery partition. Is there some kind of hdd password key because I tried my hdd from my hp elitebook G1 and it still said no OS found

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Hi,

 

Not sure what's happening but if you disable UEFI in the BIOS the PC will not see the GPT storage disk from the EliteBook G1 and you cannot install the operating system using GPT.

 

GPT requires UEFI mode in the BIOS.

 

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No litterlly get flat out boot code 3f0 system check says everything is A ok I litterlly bash my hand on the desk one time and windows locks up and I'm forced to force shutdown after turning it back on I just got 3f0 so I formatted the hdd which removed a partition containing the recovery stuff  so  I reinstall windows to the point of rebooting reboots 3f0 I've cleared the intel optiane any ideas/fixes

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