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ManuelUngureanu
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Windows 10 UEFI does not boot after clean install

HP 8200 Elite Convertible
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Hello,

 

I have a problem with booting Windows 10 X64,  after installation with GPT, on a  HP 8200 Desktop, with 2 HDD in Raid 1.

I have updated the firmware to the latest version v 02.29 . Until the update, Windows 10 x64 was installed in UEFI mode and worked ok. I tried to update the firmaware to the last version because i was unable to use WOL for starting up the PC.

After disabling fast boot in windows and made different changes in BIOS, WOL turned on the PC but after the boot screen Windows doesn't loads ( a blinking cursor remains in left up corner and doesn't do anyhing). If i try to turn on the PC from the button Windows loads normaly. I recreated the RAID, and reinstall Windows with GPT. After the setup finishes, and the computer reboots, i have the problem that i haved when starting from WOL (a blinking cursor remains in left up corner and doesn't do anyhing). I'ved tried to reinstall Windows changing different settings in BIOS, but it still doesn't boot. I boot from Hiren with the miniXP and i saw the partitons and the content of C:\ and all seems to be ok.

I installed Windows in MBR, and with MBR is working fine. I think is a problem with loading the UEFI boot from the RAID.

Now i am unable to activate Windows because of "hardware changes" and I want to have Windows installed with GPT.

 

Thanks

 

 

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