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Missing operating system na laptopie Samsung NP530


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Witam. Posiadam laptopa Samsung NP530. Ostatnio chciałem podpiąć dysk HDD ale niestety komp nie chce ruszyć. Próbowałem go sformatować przez pendrive i zainstalować na nim Windows 10 jednak po instalacji pojawia się komunikat Missing operating system. Próbowałem też wgrać Windows 7 ale pojawia się ten sam błąd "Missing operating system"

Czy macie jakieś pomysły? 

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Mi pomógł poradnik z tej strony: GUIDE: How to install Windows 7 or 8 via USB on NP700Z* | NotebookReview

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You installed Windows 7 or 8 on this nice laptop via a bootable USB drive, but Windows won't load up. What gives?

With the laptop turned off, insert the bootable USB drive onto the USB 2.0 port (USB 3.0 port will work too, I tried it).
 

Turn the laptop on and press F2 key to go into BIOS menu. Turn off Fast BIOS Mode under Advanced tab. Everything else can be set to their defaults. Make sure your boot order is set correctly (SATA HDD [your main HDD] first, USB HDD [bootable USB drive] second). Exit and save changes. Laptop will restart.
 

On restart, press F10 (repeatedly) to go to the Boot Menu and boot the USB HDD drive and begin Windows installation process.
 

On the partition window, you should have a list of all drives/partitions. Drive 0 should be your main hard drive for the OS. Drive 1 should be your ExpressCache's iSSD drive. All others are other drives you have connected. We will only focus on Drive 0 and 1 in this guide.
 

Delete partition(s) on Drive 0 that you don't need (I delete all partitions for simplicity). Delete Drive 1 partition. So now yours should look something like this:

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Create a new 100MB (for Win7) or 350MB (for Win8) partition on Drive 0. Then format it.

Now you should have the following (we are going to assume this setup for the rest of the tutorial):

Drive 0 Partition 1........................350MB (for Win8)
Drive 0 Partition 2........................Windows OS (sizes will vary depending on your HDD)
Drive 1 Unallocated Space..................iSSD drive (7.5GB on my NP700Z5C)
 

Install Windows onto Drive 0 Partition 2. In the process, Windows will install the "system reserved" files onto the Drive 1 (iSSD). After installation the system should restart.
 

Once again, press F10 and boot from the USB HDD drive to begin Windows installation process.
 

This time, use the Repair your computer function and get to the command prompt.

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Once in command prompt, type diskpart to enter the disk partition mode.

X:\Sources> [B]diskpart[/B]

Enter list disk to list all disks on the system. We are interested in the Disk 0 (HDD) and Disk 1 (iSSD) only.

DISKPART> [B]sel disk 0[/B]

Enter sel disk 0 to select disk 0 so you can make changes to it.

DISKPART> [B]list disk[/B]

Enter list part. You should see two partitions of interest: Partition 1 (350MB) and Partition 2 (Windows OS).

DISKPART> [B]list part[/B]

Select Partition 1 by using sel part 1. Then make it active by entering the command active.

DISKPART> [B]sel part 1[/B]
DISKPART> [B]active[/B]

List all volumes by using list vol. Take note of the drive letter for your 350MB partition (mine was C), the temporary iSSD's 350MB partition (mine was D), and your Windows OS partition (mine was F).

DISKPART> [B]list vol[/B]

If your 350MB partition file system is RAW, you need to convert it to NTFS first by entering the command format fs=ntfs quick.

X:\Sources> [B]format fs=ntfs quick[/B]

Exit diskpart by typing in exit.

DISKPART> [B]exit[/B]

Now you want to copy the system reserved files from the temporary iSSD's partition over to the 350MB partition. Note, that this process actually uses the Windows partition, not the iSSD's. Type in bcdboot f:\windows /s c:. You should get a "Boot files successfully created" prompt if successful.

X:\Sources> [B]bcdboot f:\windows /s c:[/B] (make sure [B]f[/B] and [B]c[/B] drives matches YOURS)

Remove your bootable USB HDD and exit command prompt and restart.
 

Your Windows should load normally. Enjoy.

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