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Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Silasostap, Nov 23, 2018.

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  1. Silasostap

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    Gigabyte GA-78lmt usb3 rev 6 Motherboard
    Zotac gtx 1050ti oc videocard
    AmD fx 6300 < liquid cooled with custom loop

    Shut down pc last night, this morning went to start it up and it posts and boots normal but wont load windows. Dose not say there's no boot drive, I remove hard drive and it shows as no o.s I would post a video of start up but I cant seem to do that.. I've tried to reset bios, and cmos. Tried 2 differnt monitors on both 1050 and on board video both with dvd-i and hdmi. Anyone have any suggestions?
     
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    If you unplugged the hard drive, how do you find out there is no OS? Did you plug it into another computer?

    When it is booting, does it reach the stage where it shows the Windows logo?
     
  3. Silasostap

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    when I unplugged the hard drive the message on the screen was there was no boot drive, sorry I should have worded that better. however after a day at work thinking about it I decided to try to install my OS from a usb onto the drive, it didn't even start to try to work, so I tried a different hard drive and I was able to get it going. so apparently over clocking a cpu can somehow effect a SSHD? I don't think that's at all correct but my SSHD died overnight with absolutely no signs of failure.
     
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