samsung np530u3c-a5h8 boot menu empty

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  1. fk74

    fk74 Newbie

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    Big thanks to you:)
    for the fn + f9 solution for l'usb it works
    i reinstall windows7
    and do the bios update with samsug update
    It works except that I have to leave the USB key to launch my Windows 7
    I think there is one thing to change in the bios?
    but what
    thank you;)
     
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    Dannemand Decidedly Moderate Super Moderator

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    That's great that you were able to boot Win7. Congrats!

    If the BIOS was updated, then NVRAM was cleared. That means the computer will now boot your HDD. But ONLY if the HDD matches your UEFI selection (OS Mode Selection or UEFI Boot, depending on how old the laptop is).

    I described those settings in my response in post #6 (linked below): If UEFI is enabled, the disk must be GPT/FAT32. If UEFI is disabled, the disk must be MBR/NTFS. So either set your UEFI setting according to your disk, or re-initialize your disk according to your UEFI-setting and re-install Windows.

    http://forum.notebookreview.com/threads/samsung-np530u3c-a5h8-boot-menu-empty.833191/#post-11022908

    You're almost home :)
     
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