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I have totally different question, wondering if you could help me.

I have Dv6t-1300 laptop that I'm trying to upgrade from HHD to SSD ,and every time i turn it on it says no boot device found (3F0) when i put the old hardrive the came with the laptop it boot up to windows. Tested the new drive, change drives and nothing. After doing some digging i learn that i need to go in to BIOS and change the legacy support, but in my BIOS i don't have the option. So i was wondering if there is any  fix to this issue.

 

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Hi:

 

Did you install an operating system on the disk?

 

Hard drives/SSD's do not come with operating systems installed.

 

Your notebook is very old and there are no legacy or UEFI BIOS settings.

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Thank you for taking the time to respond to me. Yes, I did install an operating system on the drive. 

I have tried this on a SSD and HDD and it didn't work.  It only recognizes the original drive that came with the laptop. 

Do you have any ideas for how I can make this upgrade possible on such an old device or do I need to replace it with the exact same hard drive as the original? 

 

Thanks

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You're very welcome.

 

Unfortunately, I don't know why you are getting that error after installing a SSD or mechanical hard drive on your notebook.

 

Any brand 2.5" mechanical hard disk should have worked.

 

SSD's on those old models are hit or miss, but I can't think of any reason off hand why one wouldn't work, but obviously it doesn't.

 

 

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Thanks 

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You're very welcome.

 

Sorry that I wasn't able to help you get the SSD to work in your notebook.

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