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Bartexx
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HP Pavilion x2 - 10-n000nw

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HP Pavilion x2 - 10-n000nw
Microsoft Windows 10 (32-bit)

Hello,

I updated my bios to the latest one  (F.15 Rev.A - 2018). 

From that moment the system stopped booting up.

 

This is displayed when started:

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I hit f2 and ran the tests. Everything is OK

 
 
I have prepared a flash drive with the installation of Windows 10
I'm trying to run it from Boot manager
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Each selection displays a message
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What else can I do to start my laptop?
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WAWood
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@Bartexx 

Since the USB boot drive is not showing up in the menu, you have to remake it to support UEFI boot.  After that, it should show up in the boot menu and work.



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Bartexx
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I made UEFI boot. It is now visible but... nothing.

 

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Startup attempts show a message

 

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Bartexx
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When I want to get to the bios settings, e.g.

F9 Boot Device Option

or

F10 Bios setup

I have the same screen

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