I am using lenovo thinkpad x230. It has Linux on its ssd, Debian to be precise. 

You are saying that just because the new hdd has windows, its not booting on it?  


On Sun, Apr 14, 2019, 2:02 PM Ivan Ivanov <qmastery16@gmail.com> wrote:
I think you'll need to reinstall your Windows in any case, especially
if you've installed it using another PC. This is not a coreboot
problem, more like a Windows problem, and going back from glorious
opensource coreboot to heretical proprietary UEFI won't fix the things
;-) Also, you haven't even told us what coreboot-supported computer
you are using...

вс, 14 апр. 2019 г. в 14:50, Enkelena Haxhiu <enkelena.h@gmail.com>:
> Hi everyone,
> I have a problem.
> I had flashed my bios last year into coreboot by a raspberry pi.
> Now, I changed the hard disk of that laptop, and put another one with windows on it, but it does not boot there.
> Every key that I press it gets me to booting from hard disk, and again the process repeats.
> Is there any way I can fix it?
> What do you think if I put again the last disk and boot into that to make it start
> normally and then download files to flash the bios into lenovo's default bios?
> Will this work?
> Regards,
> Enkelena
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