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I need a solution

Hello.

Could you help me please.

I have been using GHost 15 for a long time.

But after I updated BIOS of my motherboard ASUS z170 pro gaming from 1xxx to any  3xxx version I can’t boot anymore from GHOST disk.GHOST boot drive.

the computer shows me notice like “looking for drivers” for a minute and after that- no keyboard and mouse in the system – and it is not possible to choose anything for restoring my image.

I tried several different mouses and KB. I tried to implement all requried drivers in to the boot disk.

unfortunately it was not succesfull.

Asus support team answered that it is not possible BIOS going back from 3xxx to 1xxx version so I can’t restore any of my images.

they confirmed that some critical changes were made in version 3xxx and I must update GHOST version.

Could you please advice how to restore my GHOST 15 images ?

thank you

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