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Problem updating bios

The boot order also shows the names of devices it sees by each option; optical drive shows the name of my optical drive, network boot shows the ethernet port. In the boot order I have sata set as the first option.

It also sounds like the Windows 10 tech preview or the update caused the problem which isn't exactly surprising...

it probably did something to the drive to make it not bootable/recognizable considering the fact that another drive booted up just fine in your computer.

That was / is a big mess, since almoust every other OS is using UTC preferedly.

Is this fixed in Windows 7 and is it now possible to use UTC in the BIOS and local time in Windows? It allows you to set the hardware clock in your PC’s BIOS to UTC time.

I went into setup and told it to restore default settings. I powered off, removed the power cord and battery, hit the power button, removed the hard drive, replaced the power cord and battery, powered on. I powered off, replaced the hard drive and powered on. Edit: Forgot to mention, I used gparted through a linux live usb to do partition editing, and forgot to explicitly state that only my BIOS has any trouble reading the hard drive Update: I borrowed a friend's hard drive to test in the computer just to make absolutely sure it wasn't the hard drive, and his hard drive booted. My system was dual booting Windows 10 Technical Preview and Arch Linux.

So now I'm thinking the problem is with the hard drive. A few days ago there was an unfortunate occurrence that caused a problem which I have run out of ideas to attempt to solve. I was using Windows and it wanted to update but I was in the middle of something so I told it to wait.

I went into setup and told it to restore default settings. I powered off, removed the power cord and battery, hit the power button, removed the hard drive, replaced the power cord and battery, powered on. I powered off, replaced the hard drive and powered on. Edit: Forgot to mention, I used gparted through a linux live usb to do partition editing, and forgot to explicitly state that only my BIOS has any trouble reading the hard drive Update: I borrowed a friend's hard drive to test in the computer just to make absolutely sure it wasn't the hard drive, and his hard drive booted.

So now I'm thinking the problem is with the hard drive. In the boot order I have sata set as the first option.

So now I'm thinking the problem is with the hard drive. I have had the same problem but instead with kali linux, I have two separate drives one running kali and one running windows 10.

After rebooting into windows 10 from kali linux, my kali linux drive is gone even the bios can't detect. There has to be something wrong with the way the OEM set up the system if it's not the BIOS.

What I would do is remove the problematic drive and assuming you do not care about the content on it (let me know if you do), plug it in externally to another computer.