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    Default Asus Laptop No bootable devices found

    So today I turned on my laptop.an Asus gl702vm gaming laptop. Worked perfectly last time I used it a day ago and hasn't been moved since.

    Boots straight into Bios and unable to detect any bootable devices. Had one m2 hard drive and one normal hdd.

    Opened it up and removed the hdd. Restarted. No effect. Still boots to bios with nothing recognised. Can't remove the m.2 as the small screw partially rounded off a little.

    OS is installed to the m2 I believe.

    Any advice guys as to what can be wrong?



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    Default Re: Asus Laptop No bootable devices found

    If the os is on the m2 then it’s the m2 at fault surely?
    i would remove the m2 and stick a hdd in and see if bios recognises the hdd.
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    Default Re: Asus Laptop No bootable devices found

    The OS should be on the m.2, were just one drive not recognised I’d say it’s likely it has failed but for two to not be recognised is odd. Can you connect the HD’s to another system to see if it’s recognised and your files are on there? Does the m.2 drive contain any data that’s not backed up?

    I’d look for a BIOS update, you should be able to update from the BIOS. Do you have any BIOS settings that aren’t default? Maybe make a note of all the settings then restore defaults. Try removing battery and power, holding power button to discharge and then power on.

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