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 <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> 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?
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