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No bootable image found, notebook will be shutdown. Probook 4440s

I have HP Probook 4440s. when i am starting it , it is showing No bootable image found, notebook will be shutdown. and when i trying to go boot option it is not taking EFI file. pl give me suggestion.

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No bootable image found, notebook will be shutdown. Probook 4440s

Dear Customer,

 

Welcome to HP Support Forum and we are glad to assist you.

 

According to the message you have posted I suspect this could be because of the recent changes made if any.

 

I would kindly request with you to perform the below shown steps to resolve the issue:

Step 01. Turn OFF the PC

Step 02. Power ON the PC and keep tapping F8 Key

Step 03. Select "Safe mode" from the Advance Boot Option list

Note: Wait till you get to the Windows Desktop

Step 05. Please remove unwanted startup items and uninstall unwanted applications

Step 06. Please reboot/restart the PC the normal way

 

Note: Incase if these steps doesn't work you can continue troubleshooting the issue again

 

Step 01. Turn OFF the PC

Step 02. Power ON the PC and keep tapping F8 Key

Step 03. Select "Last known good configuration" from the Advance Boot Option list

Note: Wait till you get to the Windows Desktop

Step 04. Please remove unwanted startup items and uninstall unwanted applications

Step 05. Please reboot/restart the PC the normal way

 

Hope this helps, for any further queries reply to the post and feel free to join us again

 

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