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PashaDemianchuk
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HP Pavilion Gaming Laptop 17-cd1057ur laptop cannot load from usb drive

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HP Pavilion Gaming Laptop 17-cd1057ur
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I've got a brand new HP Pavilion Gaming Laptop 17-cd1057ur laptop with FreeDOS pre-installed. Now I'm trying to install Windows 10, but laptop doesn't see my boot USB drive. I checked USB drive integrity on my PC and it's fully working. Tried to explore some UEFI security features: secure boot - disabled, Intel SGX - was enabled but I disabled it, didn't help. Now I've got no idea what's wrong with it and how to install windows

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PashaDemianchuk
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Solved: for some reason, this laptop didn't see this specific USB flash drive, even if my PC could read, write and load from it. The laptop discovered other USB drives.

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Hi,

You created the USB drive by using the media creation tool from Microsoft on different PC?

https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windows10

 

When you turn on the PC and repeatedly press ESC until startup menu appears, then press F9 to enter Boot Menu, you do not see the USB drive?

 

Let me know,

David

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PashaDemianchuk
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Hi
I used "UltraISO" software to create a boot USB drive using Windows ISO-image. When I press ESC and choose F9 to enter Boot Menu, there are only 2 options: boot from internal hard drive or from EFI-file, none of them let me boot from USB.

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I would try creating the USB drive with the media creation tool. Create the installation media with the 32 and 64 bit versions on it.

 

Is fast boost disabled in BIOS?

 

regards,

David

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PashaDemianchuk
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I've just created USB boot drive with Microsoft media creation tool - no change, uefi doesn't see USB flash drive.
In this uefi there's no fast boot option or something like that (BIOS vendor - Insyde; BIOS revision - F.21)


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Solved: for some reason, this laptop didn't see this specific USB flash drive, even if my PC could read, write and load from it. The laptop discovered other USB drives.

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Author already solved the problem so my comment was deleted.

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