How can you fix your PC when Windows 10 won’t boot

Windows 10 fails to boot your PC because of some problems within master boot records. That time you have to run again the master boot. Suppose it does not work, you can use the command prompt to solve that problem.

Steps to Recovery the Windows 10 Booting Problems

  • When your computer starts BIOS, UEFI Firmware is loading which performs a small set of checks on your hardware called the POST.
  • The BIOS can scan the hard disk master boot record, which loads an important file into main memory, called WINLOAD.EXE.
  • This kicks off the start-up process by loading the NTOSKRNL.EXE (NT Kernel, the heart of Windows) and HAL (Hardware Abstraction Layer).
  • PC performs tasks such as initializing your hardware like mouse and keyboard and reading the Windows Registry and user profile.
  • If you see a black screen with gray text that reads “Windows Boot Manager” with an error along the lines of “Status: 0xc0000605 Info: A component of the operating system has expired,” then it means something went wrong with WINLOAD.EXE.

Performing a Start up Repair

  • First, you have to perform a startup repair.
  • So you have to turn off and on your PC in three times to access recovery the environment, you can see the windows logo while booting process.
  • After the third time, Windows 10 will boot into diagnostics mode.
  • Select advanced options when the windows recovery screen appears on your PC.

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  • Click Troubleshoot.

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  • Click advanced options.

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  • Then, click Startup Repair.

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If you have any doubt about Windows 10 won’t boot or any other windows related issues, call our toll free number 1-844- 414- 9900 and visit our site Techpal365.

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