Restart the computer.
Open the BIOS.
Go to the Boot tab.
Change the order to position the hard disk as the 1st option.
Save these settings.
Restart the computer.
Press Shift button and go to Power Settings and Select Restart and Restart the computer
Recovery environment will open, click on Troubleshoot.
Click on Advanced Option under Troubleshoot.
Click on Startup Repair under Advanced Option.
Wait till the process ends, check if the issue persist.
Insert and boot into Windows the disk with the operating system and go to “Computer Recovery”, then to “Command Prompt”. At the command prompt, type chkdsk as /rc: and press Enter. Press the Y key to restart the podium and automatically run chkdsk to correct errors.
Restart your computer.
Press any key on the keyboard to open the current BIOS menu.
Open the “Startup” tab.
Change the boot order on your PC and list your computer’s hard push first.
Save your changes.
Restart this computer.
Boot from original installation DVD (or recovery USB)
On the Welcome screen, click Repair your computer.
Select Command Prompt.
When the Command the Prompt heap appears, enter the following commands: bootrec /FixMbr bootrec /FixBoot bootrec /ScanOs bootrec /RebuildBcd.
Boot your PC from any Windows installation CD. Insert the installation screen CD into your computer.
Select Command Prompt. Select the hard drive to install Windows on and click Next to move the attachment. In most cases, you can use the C drive as your standard Windows installation drive.
Run chkdsk power
First, Windows presses the key + R. Usually, the RUN Box dialog box opens.
In the RUN dialog box, you need to enter the “msconfig” option and press Enter.
Now you usually see the system configuration window.
On the Services tab, click Completely hide all Microsoft services, and then simply click Disable All to disable each of the application’s services.
Solution 2 – Check your computer’s monitor, motherboard, graphics card, and memory
Solution 3 or more. Remove external devices.
Solution 4: System uses Renee PassNow rescue tool to repair MBR/DBR.
Solution 5 – Launch the Windows advanced options menu
Solution 9 – Perform Last Known Good Configuration
Also download Driver Install Easy to your computer.
Run the program, then click “Scan Now” to have the package detect old drivers.
Once the scan is complete, click Update next to each driver. Also, the program will start updating and you will see the driver for you.
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