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Hello,

 

My computer gives me the following error when I try to load windows, or boot from any USB key

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All I find on internet seems to lead to a Windows problem.

But when I try to boot from a USB key, with all other HDD/SSD unplugged, I get the same error.

 

 

What I tried :

  • Unplug all drives (HDD/SSD) and boot on a USB created with the official Windows tool (link) : I get the same error
  • Clear CMOS : same error
  • Disabling TPM (Trusted Computing) - link to image : same error
  • Resetting and disabling "Secure Boot" - link to image : same error
  • Trying UEFI and CSM mode - link to image : same error
  • With different memory : same error
  • With a different graphic card : same error
  • Reseat the CPU : same error
  • Reflash the BIOS : same error
  • Downgrade the BIOS : same error
  • Booting from an official Windows 10 DVD : loads the files from the DVD (DVD reader making noise with only the motherboard logo on screen), then tries loads (logo with windows circle turning - link to image), then the computer reboots before getting to the setup menu where you have to chose the language, link to image.

 

 

I didn't try to boot from a Linux based media.

My motherboard is a MSI B450 GAMING PRO CARBON AC

 

Would someone have an idea ?

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Your motherbord has USB flash capability. Use another computer to make a BIOS flashing usb, then flash the bios, and see if that fixes it. Maybe corrupt bios or something?

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  • 7 months later...

Sorry for the bump. I just noticed that I didn't post the cause of the problem.

The CPU was faulty.

 

Putting the faulty CPU in a new motherboard caused the same problem.

Putting on new CPU on my motherboard resolved the problem.

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