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How to fix "No bootable device" after replacing hard drive?

My Acer Aspire R 15 model number N16P2 still says “No bootable device” when I turn it on. I replaced the original hard drive with a Samsung SSD 860 Evo. Is there something I was supposed to do to the new hard drive before install or is there something I am supposed to do now? I thought all I needed to do was swap drives.

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You need to install an OS. You'll need bootable media (either a USB or a disk), and inset that to start. You may have to amend your boot priority in the BIOS to match whichever method of media you're using to install (ie if booting from a disk, select the disk drive as boot priority #1)

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Yeah I just finished doing this from a usb. I don't know why I didn't do that right away. So dumb.

Anyways the lappy works great now!

Thanks for answering!

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I had the same issue with a different laptop and a different ssd, I ended up having to connect it to another computer and go so disk management and configure the drive. Once it was done then I installed it in the laptop and was able to install windows on it. Every thing worked fine after that.

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Thanks for responding so fast.

I used a usb to install windows and that worked but I will remember this answer if I have that issue with the other laptop I'm fixing next.

Much appreciation!

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I've just replaced a newly Kingston 480GB SSD in my Lenovo G480.

Laptop prompted as No bootable device - - insert boot disk and press any key.

Have tried changing some setting in Boot tap and tried booting, however the issue still existing.

Pls help to advise what will be the exact solution to solve it.

Thanks n Regards.

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Elisha Richerson さん、ありがとうございました!
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