These are BIOS settings, Boot Mode is set to UEFI and Legacy, is that ok ?
OS is installed on MBR, yes.
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Changed to Legacy Only, now I got blue screen
That is much better. If you have a bootable USB drive, there should be a key to press during startup for the Boot Menu. Selecting the USB drive during startup should have you boot from a bootable device.
Edited by JSntgRvr, 19 August 2021 - 11:30 AM.
Try tapping on F12 during startup and see if you can reach the boot options. If your USB bootable device is inserted, it should appear on the list.
Since the OS is in a legacy Mode, all should be change to Legacy.
Run this command at the prompt:
Let me know the outcome.
Other PCI Device ROM Priority is currently set at UEFI OpROM.
Changed to Legacy OpROM,
Operation completed successfully, after restart it boots into Windows, if I turn it off and on again, it freezes at Windows logo.
Are there documents you need to backup? The second hard drive, what is being used for? Are there any important document in it?
That is the BIOS. I am referring, the Advanced Menu when you boot to the USB bootable drive, before reaching the Command prompt. If unavailable, How where you able to install Windows?
Oh u mean Advanced options in Windows setup where Startuo repair, cmd... is ? I don't have option Reset PC, please check photo.
I inserted USB in the slot, waited 2 or 3 mins before Windows setup appeared on the screen, where u choose language, time and keyboard and then started with installation.
I believe we will need to reinstall Windows. We have fixed the boot process twice, but you always end up on a Frozen Screen. The reasons are countless and Windows is not allowing us to review the installation. I am enclosing a document that explain How to Clean Install Windows 10. I urge you that you read this document. Chances are you will need a Product Key.
The most important is that your BIOS is now on a legacy MBR mode, so it will be easier for Windows to detect that. Make sure you run Diskpart as stated, and its commands:
Select Disk 0 (That is Disk zero)
Keep us posted on your progress.
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