Laptop won’t boot not even to BIOS

marnesvstaden

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Ok so this issue mostly arose out of my own stupidity but here goes.
I have an Asus laptop g751jy and it worked absolutely perfectly until a day ago.
I think I accidentally deleted the system reserve partition by expanding an extra (which looked unused to me) partition on my SSD because I needed more space.

Ok so here starts the problems I restarted the laptop and it would not boot went straight to windows recovery area, none of the fix options worked so I tried a few online help tutorials via command prompt still nothing.
I then got Minitool partition wizard I then tried to recover my partition but was unsuccessful.
I also created a new efi partition.
I restart laptop and it won’t boot not even into the BIOS. It shows only a black screen and the HDD indicator blinks rapidly.
When I remove my SSD I can get into BIOS but if I insert it again same thing nothing just a black screen.

Any suggestions, did I wreck my SSD?
 

hang-the-9

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No you did not wreck your SSD, it just had nothing to boot from. Make a Windows boot media, boot off that, Delete all partitions off your drive, start the setup. If you want to save you may want to boot off a Linix Live disk and see if it will see anything, although with you messing with the partitions you may have killed that option for you.
 

hang-the-9

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No you did not wreck your SSD, it just had nothing to boot from. Make a Windows boot media, boot off that, Delete all partitions off your drive, start the setup. If you want to save you may want to boot off a Linix Live disk and see if it will see anything, although with you messing with the partitions you may have killed that option for you.
 

marnesvstaden

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Thanks for the help I backed up my data on another PC, created a boot disk for Windows and then formatted and installed Windows on my working drive. The SSD was corrupted but I could get the data off once I had a working OS on my other drive, then just formatted and partitioned the SSD. All is good now everything working 100%. Just took quite a bit of time but this could have easily been avoided. Lesson = don't mess with partitions if you don't know what they are :no: ;)
 
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