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Reboot and select proper boot device or insert boot media in selected boot device and press a key?
rizodesigns last edited by rizodesigns
I re-purposed a laptop drive that has 320gb of storage. It was the smallest size harddrive I have. I followed the imaging steps downloaded and ran the HDDRawCopy picked the file then the target and it all finished just fine. when i disconnect my Original hard drive and connect the new used harddrive (320gb sata drive) and booted from it i get the msg Reboot and select proper boot device or insert boot media in selected boot device and press a key. Here's some pictures. Ive disconnected and deleted a partition that was on it and now its one whole drive. tried again and same issue. Im using my old windows 10 pc with 650w psu and amd procressor with a gtx 1080 ti. The computer is model hp p7-1003w
rizodesigns last edited by
Well i got it to run by running the previous build. It didnt like my HP mouse so had to use an off brand one and it worked. now i just need to figure out how to edit config files add my wallet. this is not as easy as they say on here.
Paz last edited by
welcome to pimp, sorry its a bit of a challenge, but the learning curve is worth it. pimp is not like the other os where you just install and walk away. this is designed to give the absolute most amount of configuration and tweaking (with exception undervolting which is being looked at), so there is a price of learning curve over ease of use.
your mobo does not look like it is UEFI so it wont run the latest pimp. however you should investigate your mobo manufacturer and determine if a newer BIOS update gives you UEFI. depending on the date of release, many lines were upgraded with UEFI when it came out. you'll know it's UEFI when the BIOS screen looks much more modern with mouse support, etc.
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