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Gigabyte Aero 15 Not Booting (I'm aware it says P34G. It's not...)

I had a sequence where my laptop wouldn't boot. All it did was go to the Setup menu. I decided to open it up and when I did, I noticed it had 2 NVMe slots. I switched the M.2 to the other slot and it seems to be booting and acting fine now. Could that slot it was in initially have gone bad and should I be hunting for another motherboard or leave it alone?

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Have you tried re-inserting the M.2 back into the original NVMe slot? It may have just not been seated properly.

Just did the same on my partner's computer 4 days ago and that fixed it. She only had one NVMe slot.

Here's a tip: It is better not to assume the worst. Often the solution is very simple.

To answer your next question:

Yes you are overlooking something. Of course it wouldn't boot in the other machine. You can't just take a Windows ( you don't mention it but I assume you are using Windows) boot drive out of one machine and expect it to boot in another. The set up is according to the hardware, etc. of the original machine.

It just sounds like you have boot problem. Have youb tried repairing it as so:

Use Startup Repair for Windows 11/10 Boot Repair

Windows Automatic Repair is a built-in tool for users to apply and try to fix some normal errors on Windows PC. And you may also try this method to repair Windows 11, 10, 8 or 7 UEFI/EFI boot error:

Boot Up Windows from Installation Media

1. Insert Windows 11/10/8/7 installation USB.

2. Restart PC and boot from the USB stick.

3. Enable Automatic Repair Option.

4. Click "Repair your computer" at the Install now screen.

5. Enable Automatic repair option to fix UEFI error.

6. Click "Troubleshoot" at choosing an option screen > click "Automatic repair".

7. Use Automatic Repair option to fix UEFI boot error.

8. Choose your account from the list to continue Automatic Repair.

When it completes restart your PC, It should boot now.

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I've done even more playing around with the M.2 and swapped it out with another laptop's that I know is fine. The M.2 in question didn't even boot in the other laptop. Instead it gave me a screen that said there was no OS on the drive.

I put the good laptop's M.2 in my laptop, fired it up and was met with the same setup screen as before. Told it to use defaults and it went right back to the setup screen again.

I'm afraid I'm looking at a double whammy on my side if a control M.2 won't boot in my laptop. Am I overlooking something I should be remembering?


Look above. I have add more information to the 1st answer.


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