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BIOS settings

I,m getting this when booting new build
The current BIOS setting do not support the boot device

It then advised me to go to advanced > boot > CSM Parameters, and adjust the CMS settings to enable the boot device. I tried everything I could think of with no difference. I,m running windows 7 and a Asus M5A99X EVO R2.O motherboard.
Any one no what I should do. Thanks

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Tell more.

A new board would need a new Windows 7 install. You left out if this is some Windows 7 from another PC. That would me guessing.

Remove the guesswork so folk can give you their best answers.

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So you select the Hdd.

on top of the list but still it cannot be found?

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You've Unplugged All USB Devices When Starting?

If the BIOS settings are listed so USB device should load first, you might get the message you're seeing. If that's the case, change the boot order in the BIOS so the hard drive loads first.

On the other hand, if that's not the case here, try re-seating all cabling to make sure you've got a good connection between hard drive and motherboard.

And finally, if you're referring to the "new build" of Windows 10, you might consider visiting the ASUS site and check for an updated BIOS. Although a quick check of their website indicates the motherboard is "Windows 8 ready", it doesn't mention Win 8.1 or Win10, which are slightly different. A updated BIOS flash might be needed but it would be a good idea to check the other issues first.

Hope this helps.

Grif

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