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ASUS P8P67 Pro 'Reboot and select proper boot device' after bios flash?!?!?

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Folks,

I just set up a new machine with an ASUS P8P67 Pro mobo. I have 3 HDDs; 1 SSD that has my OS on it, 1 2TB SATA for data/apps and 1 500GB SATA for backup. My new build has been working flawlessly for about a day and a half. I had the brilliant idea that I would flash the BIOS to a new version. After the flash the computer boots up to this message:

'Reboot and Select proper Boot Device or Insert Boot Media in selected Boot device and press a key'

Ive removed every HDD except my OS drive and still get the same message. I've reaseated the HDD cabling as well. I've also tried to repair the OS with the win7 boot disk, but it does not see the windows installation. The BIOS can see all of my HDDs with no problems and I can alter the boot order.

Any suggestions?
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Just an update, I've also messed with the SATA configurations extensively. I'm in the process of trying to install Win7 on a regular SATA3 HDD to see if it works. If it does, I guess perhaps my SSD is bricked...
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Have you tried reselecting the os drive in the uefi? Sometimes it resets the boot priority.
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Just an update, I found that somehow the MRB on my SSD had become corrupted. The BIOS could see the HDD but the Windows repair utility could not. I just ended up deleting the partition and recreating it, and reloading Windows.

I think it might have had something to do with the fact that I booted up with a USB flash drive left plugged in that had a 32 bit version of Win7 on it and it started the install process. I dont know how in the hell that could have affected the MBR on my SSD but that's all I can think of.

Either way, problem solved by reformatting the SSD and reinstalling. What a pain in the ass.
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Originally Posted by christophermcne View Post
1 2TB SATA for data/apps
Yeah, "data".
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