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HP 15-BW647ur
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

HDD is dead. Installed 240 GB 2.5 "SATA drive Kingston A400 [SA400S37 / 240G]. Notebook doesn't see ssd. Also doesn't see bootable usb stick windows 10 and bootable CD in windows 10.

chief problem - I can't change boot priority to Legacy. Routine actions don't help.

I know about bios only - 1.24.0.0 F.52

If you know the solution, please answer.

or this qwestions:

Model HP 15-BW647ur allows installing SSD?
new installation or upgrade BIOS - could it help me - where i can download right file?

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You have a serious problem!

You want to change BIOS settings (UEFI/Legacy) and don't know to find updates!

https://support.hp.com/ee-en/drivers/selfservice/hp-15-bw000-laptop-pc/15551418/model/20075966

You can replace the HDD with an SSD. But I don't know if the Kingston is compatible.

Is your USB-stick FAT32 or NTFS formatted?

So download the updated (!) Media Creation Tool and prepare that USB-Stick for a different computer.
https://www.microsoft.com/de-de/software-download/windows10

Select (F9) the USB and run the installation 

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Hi,

If you turn off the PC by holding power button

Insert bootable USB drive 

turn on PC and continuously keep pressing ESC until startup menu appears

press F9 to enter boot menu

what do you see in boot menu?

 

You created the USB drive with Microsoft media creation tool?

Try using a different USB port.

 

Let us know,

David

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Thank you for the answer

"https://support.hp.com/ee-en/drivers/selfservice/hp-15-bw000-laptop-pc/15551418/model/20075966  - We were unable to find drivers for your product. " - no update for my model?

Can I use bios another model notebooke?

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@arma9999 wrote:

 

Can I use bios another model notebooke?


No - No - No - No .....!

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Hi @arma9999 

Maybe you could answer the questions I asked above.

 

Do not really understand @VH2000 myself.

 

Let me know,

David

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USB - FAT File System

You created the USB drive with Microsoft media creation tool? -yes

Try using a different USB port. - I tried 

 

Any action I see photo 2

 

Sorry for my bad Englisch

 

1.jpg2.jpg

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Select EFI USB device

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Ok,

The PC is not seeing the bootable pendrive.

First, I would try in different USB ports and see if the PC sees the USB drive. (same F9 procedure)

I would try turning off fast boot and clear the secure boot Keys in BIOS.

I would try creating a different USB drive (another USB Drive) with Windows on it.

 

Let me know,

David

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"The PC is not seeing the bootable pendrive" - The PC is not seeing the bootable pendrive, the bootable CD and HARD disk.

First, I would try in different USB ports and see if the PC sees the USB drive. (same F9 procedure) - I tried, many times. (USB ports  is work - it exactly)

"I would try turning off fast boot and clear the secure boot Keys in BIOS"  - this is the main problem. Notebook does not allow changing secure boot  - for example https://fossbytes.com/enable-disable-secure-boot-windows-8-10/ -It does not help 

the Notebooke does not allow saving changes

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