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Just installed  a new cpu and motherboard (ryzen 7 3800x and x570 asus tuf gaming.  Previously r5 1600c and a b350 prime) now my windows wont boot and i cannot figure it out! Please help

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7 minutes ago, NitroMoonshine said:

Just installed  a new cpu and motherboard (ryzen 7 3800x and x570 asus tuf gaming.  Previously r5 1600c and a b350 prime) now my windows wont boot and i cannot figure it out! Please help

reinstall windows my guy

 

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Thats an issue i dont have a USB drive to use, or a CD for it. Also dont have a cd drive lol.

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Check UEFI safe boot status in BIOS. do you remember what was the earlier status in the previous motherboard. Was it UEFI only or UEFI and Legacy. Try different combinations

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Yeah that wont work because i have to enable CSM and that causes only my m.2 to be recognized , i had this problem years ago and domt remember how i got past it

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If you are doing UEFI only why do you need to enable CSM. Keep CSM disabled. What OS do you have ? Also check your secure boot settings?

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I cant change the uefi settings without having CSM enabled , windows 10 latest update and for some reason it said other os wow im dumb lol

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You can try these steps.The the command prompt each of the following commands. you should see a successfuly completed message after each of them

 

bootrec /FixMbr and press Enter 
bootrec /fixboot and press Enter.
bootrec /ScanOs and press Enter.
bootrec /RebuildBcd and press Enter

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Alright im currently heading into my job , ill update when i get home , thank you for the help

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So fixboot says element not found 

Scanos finds 0 windows installations

And rebuildbcd is 0 aswell

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Managed to get windows 8 to boot somehow and now installing windows 10 thanks everyone its been a long day

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Do you have GPT or MBR ?

  1. Open up the Diskpart utility as shown in solution 1.
  2. Once you have loaded the diskpart utility, type in ‘list volume’.

Check if your volumes are intact

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