[Solved] Windows 10 Boot Menu Problem (Have to load OS manually every time)

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  1. bharath394

    bharath394 MDL Novice

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  3. urie

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    Try searching google for pxe-e61 media test failure check cable pxe-m0f exiting pxe rom
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  4. Tito

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    @bharath394

    Are you using the SSD inside a caddy that replaces the optical drive?

    On the other hand, please do the following and show output:
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    select disk 1
    list partition
    list volume
    
     
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    Do the following and post output:
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    select volume 4
    assign letter=S
    (Exit diskpart) exit
    bcdboot c:\windows /s s: /f UEFI
    
     
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  6. bharath394

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    It successfully assigned Volume 4 to mentioned letter in DiskPart

    In CMD, Here is the result
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    C:\Windows\system32>bcdboot c:\windows /s s: /f UEFI
    Boot files successfully created.
    
     
  7. pisthai

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    Tito asked about the location of that SSD?!

    I use an SSD also as Boot Drive on my Laptop and had problems first using that drive in a Caddy, solved that by replace the 'old' HDD with the new SSD and place the old HDD into the Caddy. After that (a clean new install was required) all worked well for more than 2 years already. My Laptop is an Acer Aspire.
     
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    My Brother told me that SSD is connected with M2 slot available in this Laptop
     
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    @pisthai
    If there is a problem with SSD, it should not work from the starting with addition of it to the Laptop, but my Laptop worked fine even after adding SSD for few years, only the problem came up later after switching to different version of Windows OS
     
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    #13 pisthai, Nov 21, 2018
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    Still, no answer WHERE your SSD is connected?! On Windows 10 too many system settings etc. has been changed, compared to the OS'es before!

    Edit: Sorry just saw that the SSD is an M2 device, I use a 750EVO.

    Maybe you should contact HP Service for a solution.
     
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    #14 macnavarra, Nov 21, 2018
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    Download the corresponding ICH "raid" floppy disk from intel that matches you´re chipset after that extract it to the root "empty usb stick", after that insert you´re windows 10 retail usb install stick and the extracted driver usb stick in two usb 2.0 ports.
    Reboot press the de F2 or whatever key to access the bios menu go to boot options and select as the first boot device the windows 10 retail usb stick save and exit.
    During 1st seconds "you see a Wheel" of boot process press the F6 key released the F6 key.
    when the windows 10 setup menu appears navigate to the extracted driver usb stick and select the inf file etc..
     
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    Sorry for that. Actually I am a novice with regards to these things. I mentioned what my Brother told me, SSD is connected with M2 slot available in this Laptop and don't replace the Optical Drive. Does this not answer the question? If not I will ask him again.
     
  13. pisthai

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    Maybe it's a driver problem for the M2 SSD. That's why I told above it's may a good idea to contact HP for a solution.

    Did you had updated the BIOS to the latest available? If not I would that check as well. To be on a safe site, just backup the old BIOS before burning the new one.
     
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    Great, now reboot, press F9 and share the screenshot.
     
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    Same Screens as I mentioned initially in the post. Still I have to do the same thing manually to load OS

    But Laptop behaved strangely. I can't shutdown Laptop. When I shutdown it is showing shutting down and takes to Lock Screen. Even I tried Shutting down from lock screen multiple times, but it struck at this place. So I switched-off Laptop manually with Power Button. After restart same Screens are shown with F9.

    After "Creation of the Boot Files" from bcdboot Command, it displayed "Local Disk(S)" in Windows Explorer, but it disappeared after restart which is weird.
     
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    have you tried to disable PXE in bios? have you tried to change boot order in bios? Sorry if redundant.
     
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    #20 ElDiabl0, Nov 21, 2018
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    disable legacy/csm module. NVM you've already done that.

    What's appening is that your OS is on HD1 but the BIOS is looking for the efi bootloader on HD0, you either need to create a efi partition on your HD0 and tell it to boot to your Windows partition on HD1 or you need to switch the hard drives so that your BIOS can boot from HD0.