Good afternoon, There is an HP Pavillion laptop with built-in SSD and HDD drives. The problem is that the installed Windows crashes all the time. I tried to install both SSD and HDD, all the same after 2-3 days Windows gives the error 'No bootable device'. I thought that the problem was in the bios battery, and changed it. But this did not solve the problem. Please help with advice.
Hello Aset! The only problem is that the drive on which the operating system is installed is faulty, including a faulty cable connection, a faulty battery B IOS (which in your case is no longer relevant), in B IOS the wrong boot priority is set, the operating system image itself is faulty. Therefore, based on the above, you need to check the correct operation of the solid-state drive and hard drive, install the OS either on the SSD or on the HDD (depending on where you installed earlier), and change the operating system image used Windows.
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