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NO BOOTABLE IMAGE FOUND, NOTEBOOK WILL BE SHUTDOWN

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pavilion probook 4400s
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Hi

 

when i open my laptop the notebook just showed a blackscreen after the BIOS HP logo screen doing nothing for minutes. Had to hardshutdown the system. when i open it again and wait for it, it says "NO BOOTABLE IMAGE FOUND, NOTEBOOK WILL BE SHUTDOWN" 

 

Please help me i need to do my Thesis

Thank you

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Hi @OKA27,

 

 

Go to BIOS Setup F10,

Select System Configuration, deactivate "Secure Boot",

Then select "Legacy" as "Boot option". Save and exit check if this works.

 

 

#HPExpertDay

 

I hope that answers your question. 🙂

 

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