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ScorpiusX
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I accidently wiped both drive partitions as I was learning and fooling around with cmd prompts. So I was able to install windows 10 by turning on legacy BIOS in my BIOS settings but I am unable to boot any OS from UEFI only with legacy bios option. I have no HP logo on boot. How can I recover windows 8.1 or 10. I have product keys for both with HP logo and hp drivers where can I get the image? Or is there a cmd where I can transfer the windows OS to UEFI?
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visruth
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Your laptop came with Windows 8.1 64 bit with Bing.
http://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c04484881

So have you upgraded to Windows 10 previously?

You can clean install Windows 10 Home 64 bit in that case, using Microsoft windows media creation tool by creating UEFI bootable installation USB.

https://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/2376-usb-flash-drive-create-install-windows-10-a.html
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For I used rufus to create a usb eufi boot but unable to boot from UEFI in my bios I can boot from legacy bios but unable to boot from UEFI as it says no OS found even when I changed boot order
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Temporarily disable secure boot from BIOS and try booting from UEFI USB

If it boot, continue installation with UEFI USB

Additional drivers here:
http://support.hp.com/us-en/drivers/selfservice/HP-Stream-11-Notebook-PC/7372144/model/7563443
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