Question Reset bios to default now pc says I have no os?

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Welcome to the forums my friend!

Resetting the BIOS doesn't get rid of the OS or affect the storage drives directly at all.
However it will reset your boot priority, have you ensured the correct storage drive is the first listed drive in your boot order?
 

Fanatical Munky

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Welcome to the forums my friend!

Resetting the BIOS doesn't get rid of the OS or affect the storage drives directly at all.
However it will reset your boot priority, have you ensured the correct storage drive is the first listed drive in your boot order?
Yes, it's all in the right order.
 

Azzyasi

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check how the sata controller is set. AHCI or Legacy (IDE)

If previous set was ahci and now reset to legacy, it won't boot windows. If viceversa most likely the same.
Try switching to the other mode.

Also, did you had any RAID setup with your drives?
 
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Fanatical Munky

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Oct 28, 2019
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check how the sata controller is set. AHCI or Legacy (IDE)

If previous set was ahci and now reset to legacy, it won't boot windows. If viceversa most likely the same.
Try switching to the other mode.

Also, did you had any RAID setup with your drives?
It's set to Ahci which is what it was before and nope no raid setups.
 

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