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all boot option option tried. press f4 for recovery

I would like to buy a second hand samsung series 9 laptop. But with error " all boot option tried.

Press f4 key to recover with factory image using recovery or any others key for next boot loop iteration."

My question is, with error like above, can i re-install the laptop with fresh windows 8?

If yes, how to do it?

Thank you.

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good kee it u

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I am also sick of this very very annoing thing which I have seen in GIGABYTE 4th gen non branded systems. if you have attached a usb storage whether it is a usb or external hdd..if you have shutdown ur pc the whenever U starts it ,it tries to boot from that usb which u forgottoen attached in usb port..then U lost ur perfectely running windows,,, why

even you cannot repair ur windows

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shutdown or restarts, gigabyte mobo bios immediately tries to boot from last thing attached with pc..

any usb drive or even a harddrive (hot swapped)for any purpose u hv attached..

iN my case i am a shopkeeper , i recover data for my clients ..

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Muchas gracias, era eso entre a la BIOS y cambie la configuración de arranque, guarde los cambios, reinició y excelente inicio Windows. Fue de mucha ayuda, saludos.

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Go to bios setting > boot> disabled secure boot>os made selection >cms and uefi os > save and exit Enjoy....

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Made an account just to say "Holy sh*t. That worked." Thanks for keeping it simple.

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Thanks , changed some things and disconnected cmos batt , and this thing started... I knew that it was something in the BIOS

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Just like the first commenter, I made an account just to say that this works beautifully. Thanks a lot!

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Thanks to help me out from the problem

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thanks a lot

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yes you can provided that the HDD is not damaged ....

To use a Pendrive You will need a 4GB+ USB flash drive for this procedure. then create your bootable USB Disk for the windows Or a windows 8 DVD disk

Then Follow below:

Shut down the computer and reboot into the BIOS by pressing F2 repeatedly immediately after pressing the Power button. Under the "Advanced" tab, set Fast BIOS Mode to Disabled. Under the "Boot" tab, set Secure Boot to Disabled, then OS Mode Selection to CSM OS. Then select "Boot Device Priority" and move USB HDD to the top. and Save your settings then restart

The computer should restart and boot from your USB drive into the Windows installation. Go through the prompts and choose the custom installation option and when it asks where you want to install Windows, click "Drive options (advanced)" and delete all the partitions on the drive and create your desire

The installation will go through and then restart, remove the USB Drive and reinsert it when the Win Logo appeared (If you don't remove the USB disk, you will end up at the initial installation prompt again)

Once the installation is finished you can go to Samsung site and search your ur lap model missing drivers and download them.

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reboot into the BIOS and set Fast BIOS Mode back to Enabled (but keep Secure Boot disabled and the OS Mode as CSM OS) and you're done!

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Answer number 2 is correct its help me to solve problem. Thanks a lot

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question. how can I create a bootable USB Disk if my computer is crashed and wont move past the Samsung logo?

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@sp you need to get another working PC and a windows ISO and this Universal-USB-Installer u can download that by google search

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thx.that's right

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Hi i have a prob with my samsung its runing windows 10 but when i turn it on it pops up with logo n then restarts to logo again then black screen saying all boot options are tryed press f4 if i press that it repeats the same thing but i can get into boot settings but have no idea what to do can you help please

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Thank you very much for your help mate

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You’re &&^&^$^ right. Works like magic. Thanks

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it did work, thanks so much

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I really thank for your great solution :) it worked like a charm.

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hi can you help me too please with that problem

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SOLVED:

I had the same problem on my Samsung laptop after I cleaned out all the partitions and reinstalled windows from a USB. The process required legacy USB.

After a flawless install I couldn't boot from the HDD.

I found that I could boot the OS on the HDD by plugging in the bootable Win USB and ignoring the "press any key to boot from USB".

After booting into Win from the HDD, I repaired BCD using Visual BCD, a free program. If you cant boot into windows, you can still make the HDD bootable by manually editing the BCD entries.

Then I went into command prompt and converted MBR disk to GPT using MBR2GPT command. This command will work only if the disk is a system (bootable) disk.

Then I shut down windows, removed USB, set Fast BIOS to enabled and disk type to UEFI.

The problem was that I made a single partition on HDD manually and windows never made a EFI boot partition on the HDD.

Hope this helps

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Hello,

I have the same problem.

My Samsung Ativ 9

Wont be able to go to Bios,

I repeatedly press F2 or f4

Nothing works.

It has this Loop Error,

I remove the SSd and it says

"All boot options are tried. Press f4...."

Then it shutdown

I cant go to the BIOS

I have Set Fast Boot

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The Reason I remove the SSD

bec it has this AHCI Error.

It all started when i had to went to Bios and Change AHCI Mode to Enable, now it has this error I Cant Stop.

All I need is Set the Bios Back,

But I cant, I have set Fast Boot enabled. I have tried 10,000 times f2 or f4.. holding them, before powering on.

Please Help.

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try pressing repeatedly the F2 whiles powering on. do not pres and hold. and i strongly advice you should try that with external usb keyboard if you are still having problem

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@spangler you probably dont know what u are doing or u wanna take advantage of ppl. What do u mean by terminal. U are very funny!!!! Here is a community where ppl help ppl not take advantage of their problems

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Hello Guys,

I have same Issue in my Samsung series 5 laptop since yesterday and I tried option first but didn't work.

What should I do? also I have really important files in my laptop which I didn't do backup so I would like to get them back for sure but I can't access inside my laptop.

It stuck on Samsung logo and also give other error

Recovery

You Pc-Device needs to repaired

The Boot Configuration Data for your PC is missing or contains errors.

File: EFI-MICROSOFT-BOOT-BCD

Error code: 0xc0000185

It comes up with blue screen...

Once I restart and try to get F4 it just stay stuck on Samsung logo. I can only access F2 BIOS setting.

If anyone can give me right advice or help would be so great and I will be really thankful to you guys.

And what if hard drive issue ? Can I get my data back up somehow ? I had windows 8 when I bought it. I have back up in my external drive for that setup.

I watched some online videos but I can't get into additional options or command prompt to fix this issue.

I need help asap.

Thanks,

Kirtan

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Hello I have a Samsung computer and it crashed down.

when I opened this, it says " All boot options are tired. Press<F4> key to recover with factory image using Recovery or any other keys for the next boot loop iteration.

after I press <F4> it goes to the Samsung BIOS Configuration

what to do ? I dont want my files to be deleted because all my study files and thesis are in there. Please help me

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i have samsung series 5 with the error.. all booting options tried.....wen i go to cmos setup the page where i am suppose to change the booting mode is not active,,what should i do to solve the problem?......

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i am also having the same problem all boot options are tried. press f4 key to recover with factory image i tried all the keys f4 i cannot boot into bios, and all this started when i changed booting order in BIOS, please help

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guys anybody who can fix this problem.. dont tell to press f2 i have done that for 3 weeks

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checked the samsung website they just give me a pdf manual to press f2 again

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i know what i did wrong all i need is to get back in BIOS and fix it..

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Press and release f2 repeatedly and swiftly whiles (dont press and hold). Pressing the power buttom. It will take u to bios. Better still remove the hdd and try the procedure.

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i tried that still not accessing bios

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Thank you so much idol

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turn the safe boot off and switch the os to UEFI os if on windows 8 and above and also turn fast bios mode off.

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I just fixed the same issue. I replaced the SATA cable that connects my hard drive to the motherboard and that was the issue. If you have this issue it may be a good place to check. Open up your laptop and see if the cable is damaged. Before you order the part make sure you have the right part number as I order the wrong one the first time. Once I got the part I installed it. Let me know if this helps.

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I was able to get mine to boot a few times just by disconnecting and re-connecting the SATA cable. Good Luck.

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