If your Windows 8 system refuses to boot, you can use a bootable Windows installer disc – or make a Windows installer USB drive – to repair it. Insert the disc or USB drive into your computer and restart. You should see the Windows 8 installer appear.
Insert the installation disc
Restart your PC
Press any key to boot from the disc
Click Repair your computer
Select Troubleshoot, then Advanced Options, then Command Prompt
Type this command: chkdsk /f /r
Windows 8 special boot no problem.
Verify that the computer has completed initial startup (POST).
Disconnect all external devices.
A bootable product on installation media for the installed version of Windows.
On the Install Windows screen, select Next > Repair Your Computer.
On the Select Well screen, select Troubleshoot.
On the Advanced Startup Options screen, select the Repair option.
Running an SFC Scan in Windows 10, 8 and 7
Type the command word sfc /scannow and press Enter. Wait until the scan is 100% complete and don’t close the main command line window. Scan results will depend on whether SFC finds corrupted files.
Insert original DVD or USB stick.
Restart someone’s computer.
Boot from disc/USB.
On the installation screen, click Repair your computer or press R.
Click Command Prompt.
Enter most commands: bootrec /FixMbr bootrec /FixBoot bootrec /ScanOs bootrec /RebuildBcd.
Windows 11/10 Startup Repair: Fix Windows 11/10/8/7 UEFI Boot Problem Method 1: Use Startup Repair to start Windows 11/10 Startup Repair.
Method 2: Use Diskpart to Fix Windows UEFI Boot Error in 11/10
Method 3: Change BIOS settings.
Method 4: Add Disk Driver Recovery to Windows 11/10 Startup
Method 5: Change Windows SATA Mode to be suitable for 11/10 Boot Recovery
Quick look: error around 0xc0000098
Solution 1 – Run Startup Repair
Attach a couple. Check your hard drive
Solution 3 – Repair BCD
Attach two. Run SFC
Solution 5 – Repair or restart your computer
Fix 6: Clean install
Error 0xc0000098 in OS line SCCM
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Restart your computer and press F2 DEL or to enter BIOS settings.
Then, under Utility Company Setup, click Load BIOS.
Now check if the boot process is ok.
If it doesn’t, use the up and down arrows to set the correct drive as the boot device.
Finally press F10 to save changes and exit.
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