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    Asus ROG G531GV cannot find bootable devices

    Hi guys!

    I want to tell you about my first problem with my 5 mounths old laptop.
    Short story is like that:
    Yesterday i opened my laptop after one mounth off to play some games and updated 3 progrmas from intel drivers and support assistant(wireless, video and ssd manager) and restart normaly after update. Every thing worked normaly, at the end i shut down normaly.
    Today when i start my laptop, it enters every time in BIOS, and on BOOT menu it says that cannot find bootable devices
    After a few searches i found nothing to help me.
    Pls help me what to do.
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    Thanks!

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    Windows boot manager sould be your first boot option.
    ou can try spamming the Esc key on booting that will open a one time boot menu selecitng your SSD should get up and running again. If your SSD does not show up as a bootable device you have more serious issue Hopefully you have a Full drive Image back up that you can restore to solve your issue.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Clintlgm View Post
    Windows boot manager sould be your first boot option.
    ou can try spamming the Esc key on booting that will open a one time boot menu selecitng your SSD should get up and running again. If your SSD does not show up as a bootable device you have more serious issue Hopefully you have a Full drive Image back up that you can restore to solve your issue.
    I tried like you and i can't see my drive.
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    But why i can see it in bios menu at storage?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Axu86 View Post
    I tried like you and i can't see my drive.
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    But why i can see it in bios menu at storage?
    So...guys...i booted my laptop with a bootable usb and the MBR partition was deleted...

    In conclusion...new windows for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Axu86 View Post
    So...guys...i booted my laptop with a bootable usb and the MBR partition was deleted...

    In conclusion...new windows for me.
    Yes your system came in UEFI/GPT and your SATA was probably RAID. There should have been no MBR drives. So yes you'll need to Reinstall windows
    This first sticky at the top will be your guide to Reinstalling properly in UEFI/GPT mode. You will have the choice of again useing RAID mode or AHCI. unless your running 2 m.2 NVME SSD you don't need RAID mode and it will be easier to install in AHCI you'll need to chang the SATA setting in your UEFI/BIOS SATA from RAID to AHCI https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthrea...-installation)
    G752VY-DH72 Win 10 Pro
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    1 TB Samsung 850 pro 2.5 format
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    Windows 10 Pro
    Z97 -A
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