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bobkn, not sure what to make of that comment ? " And this person has more than 400 posts? Seems surprisingly gormless."
Care to elaborate ??
 

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Care to elaborate ??
I will! Your problem was solved, and you are keeping the solution to yourself. What helped you, might help someone else.
 

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Winuser, hsehested posted the fix in #14 thread/post i just didn't follow the fix correctly, to me it was complicated ! But as he said he would fill everyone in on how it's done ! I couldn't describe it if i wanted ! Sometimes you have to wait for an explanation ! I'm sure it will help others ! Sorry if you guys thought i was keeping something to help others !!!!​

 

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Winuser, hsehested posted the fix in #14 thread/post i just didn't follow the fix correctly, to me it was complicated ! But as he said he would fill everyone in on how it's done ! I couldn't describe it if i wanted ! Sometimes you have to wait for an explanation ! I'm sure it will help others ! Sorry if you guys thought i was keeping something to help others !!!!​

I'm sorry that my post may have sounded harsh. You could have mentioned in your post that the suggestion @hsehestedt made in post #14 was the solution to your problem. We all need to remember that others may experience the same problems we had and what worked for us, may work for them. Think of it this way, by posting what fixed your problem, there is a good possibility that you are helping someone else before they even have to ask for help. Now that you have computer working again, is your Wi-Fi problem fixed? If not, we can get to your Wi-Fi post and try to get it fixed. :-)
 

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Wow! I didn't realize that there is over a hundred post in this thread and the answer was given in post # 14. On the plus side, one of the other suggestions might work to fix the problem for somebody else. ;-)
 

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Here is a detailed explanation of what we did, since I didn't really spell out every piece previously. I didn't want to make it too confusing at that point in the process, so now is a good time to spell out out in detail.

Here is what we knew starting the process:

We knew that the system was upgraded to Win 11 and all was well for a couple of days (if my memory serves correctly). At that time the system apparently wanted to go into recovery mode but other problems prevented completing that. For example, neither the mouse not the keyboard would work, even though different USB ports were tried (basically all of them).

We did know that the keyboard would work to get us into the BIOS, and once in the BIOS it would work there.

We also knew that it was fine to install Windows from scratch as there was nothing needing to be saved.

What we did not know:

The disk layout (MBR, GPT, or even how many disks in the system). We also didn't know if the system could boot from a USB Flash Drive (UFD) formatted with NTFS.

The plan:

Since the keyboard and mouse were not working, I thought that we could create a UFD with an unattended answer file just to take us up the point where disk selection would take place and then pause. The idea was that if the mouse and keyboard were working at that point in the installation, we could prep the disk at this point, and then continue installation unattended to get Windows fully installed.

If the keyboard and mouse were not working at this point in the installation, I would make a small tweak to the unattended installation to install Windows 100% unattended with remote desktop enabled. If the mouse and keyboard were still not working after Windows was completely installed, this would still give us a way into the system to troubleshoot further.

A note about the UFD: We needed support for files greater than 4 GB, but since we didn't know if this system would boot from an NTFS formatted UFD, we created a UFD using a dual FAT32 and NTFS partitioning scheme. There are other ways to address this, but I've never had this method fail and I already had a batch file that I created to automate the process so that's what we went with.

From here it turned out to be easy. We never needed much of the advanced planning. We went into the BIOS and set USB disk as the first option in the boot order, booted from the UFD, and at the screen that showed us the available disks we found that there was only one disk in the system. We deleted all partitions and selected the unallocated space.

NOTE: Another benefit of pausing the unattended installation at the disk selection screen is that this cause unattended setup to become universal - it will work with both MBR and GPT configurations since we do not need to specify the layout in advance in the answer file.

At this point, the remainder of setup proceeds completely unattended.

After setup was done, the keyboard and mouse continued to work and we allowed Windows to install any updates.

I suggested considering making a good disk image backup just in case this drive is on the way out, but at this point all looks good.

I know I'm throwing out a lot of info here, so please feel free to ask any questions :-)
 

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Here is a detailed explanation of what we did, since I didn't really spell out every piece previously. I didn't want to make it too confusing at that point in the process, so now is a good time to spell out out in detail.

Here is what we knew starting the process:

We knew that the system was upgraded to Win 11 and all was well for a couple of days (if my memory serves correctly). At that time the system apparently wanted to go into recovery mode but other problems prevented completing that. For example, neither the mouse not the keyboard would work, even though different USB ports were tried (basically all of them).

We did know that the keyboard would work to get us into the BIOS, and once in the BIOS it would work there.

We also knew that it was fine to install Windows from scratch as there was nothing needing to be saved.

What we did not know:

The disk layout (MBR, GPT, or even how many disks in the system). We also didn't know if the system could boot from a USB Flash Drive (UFD) formatted with NTFS.

The plan:

Since the keyboard and mouse were not working, I thought that we could create a UFD with an unattended answer file just to take us up the point where disk selection would take place and then pause. The idea was that if the mouse and keyboard were working at that point in the installation, we could prep the disk at this point, and then continue installation unattended to get Windows fully installed.

If the keyboard and mouse were not working at this point in the installation, I would make a small tweak to the unattended installation to install Windows 100% unattended with remote desktop enabled. If the mouse and keyboard were still not working after Windows was completely installed, this would still give us a way into the system to troubleshoot further.

A note about the UFD: We needed support for files greater than 4 GB, but since we didn't know if this system would boot from an NTFS formatted UFD, we created a UFD using a dual FAT32 and NTFS partitioning scheme. There are other ways to address this, but I've never had this method fail and I already had a batch file that I created to automate the process so that's what we went with.

From here it turned out to be easy. We never needed much of the advanced planning. We went into the BIOS and set USB disk as the first option in the boot order, booted from the UFD, and at the screen that showed us the available disks we found that there was only one disk in the system. We deleted all partitions and selected the unallocated space.

NOTE: Another benefit of pausing the unattended installation at the disk selection screen is that this cause unattended setup to become universal - it will work with both MBR and GPT configurations since we do not need to specify the layout in advance in the answer file.

At this point, the remainder of setup proceeds completely unattended.

After setup was done, the keyboard and mouse continued to work and we allowed Windows to install any updates.

I suggested considering making a good disk image backup just in case this drive is on the way out, but at this point all looks good.

I know I'm throwing out a lot of info here, so please feel free to ask any questions :-)
A very good idea. Hopefully never needed, but nice to have if it is.
 

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Now you guys see why there is no way i could of described how the fix worked, it was way above my head ! I did follow along and think i could work my way through this .............. but i hope i never have to !! :lmao:
 

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I know I'm throwing out a lot of info here, so please feel free to ask any questions :-)
A lot of info, but it miight help someone else in the future. Like you said, ask questions if needed. Helping others is, IMHO what the forums are all about.
 

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Now you guys see why there is no way i could of described how the fix worked, it was way above my head ! I did follow along and think i could work my way through this .............. but i hope i never have to !! :lmao:
I do understand but you could have posted that the fix was over your head or in this case, the post number to what fixed your problem. We are not an island. Our problems are not unique to just us. Other may experience the same problem and with all the suggestions, one of them may help somebody else. Now that you have your computer booting again, is your Wi-Fi working?
 

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Now you guys see why there is no way i could of described how the fix worked, it was way above my head ! I did follow along and think i could work my way through this .............. but i hope i never have to !! :lmao:
We're all here to help each other and learn from each other. I can't tell you many times I have been helped here myself!
 

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    HP Envy 32
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    2560 x 1440
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    1 x 1TB NVMe Gen 4 x 4 SSD
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    Dual Intel HD 620 and Nvidia GeForce 940MX
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Winuser, the wi-fi is working !
 

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Did each of these fail to boot?

Memtest86
Ubuntu
Sea Tools for Windows bootable
Windows Media Creation Tool (MCT) (Windows iso)

If yes, then how come each failed to boot?
 

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zbook, the best i can remember is that the computer would not boot to anything until we changed the boot order, with hsehestedt's fix ! I have tried so many fixes that i think that was how it went !
 

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hsehestedt,

When available please comment on the failure to boot each of the above flash drives
 

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    Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-4800MQ CPU @ 2.70GHz
    Motherboard
    Product : 190A Version : KBC Version 94.56
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    16 GB Total: Manufacturer : Samsung MemoryType : DDR3 FormFactor : SODIMM Capacity : 8GB Speed : 1600
    Graphics Card(s)
    NVIDIA Quadro K3100M; Intel(R) HD Graphics 4600
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    IDT High Definition Audio CODEC; PNP Device ID HDAUDIO\FUNC_01&VEN_111D&DEV_76E0
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    ASRock Z490 Phantom Gaming 4/ax
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    16GB (8GB PC4-19200 DDR4 SDRAM x2)
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    NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 TI
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    Realtek Audio
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    Samsung SAM0A87 Samsung SAM0D32
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    1920 x 1080
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    NVMe WDC WDS100T2B0C-00PXH0 1TB
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    16 MB DDR 4-2666
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