Question No boot disk has been detected or the disk has failed.

Scar667

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PC has been working with some problems for the past year.
Now when I try to boot it I get this error: View: https://imgur.com/a/M2wd4ZM


So, I bought a new SSD.
Installed Windows on it.
Checked the connectors
Ran CHKDSK C: /F and CHKDSK C: /R
Used the Windows Startup repair or whatever its called

Also tested new SSD on another pc and it works fine with the fresh windows install.
Still get the same error when I use it on the old pc.

Any ideas?
 
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popatim

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Remove PXE (or lan/network) booting from your boot order in your bios. It's trying to boot from files on a server which you don't have.
Set your primary boot device to be the SSD. Some motherboards you have 2 entries to do this. 1st you set the 1st boot device to harddisk/disk drive and then there is another heading to set the HDD priorities where you make the SSD the #1 option.
 
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hang-the-9

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This can also happen if the disk mode was changed, ATA, AHCI and Raid. If those change from what the system was installed on, you will see that no boot device error. You may need to go to the BIOS and check what the settings are.
 

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