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Attempting boot from hard drive

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Posted · Original PosterOP

So i was on a game and it started crashing so on instinct i turned off my pc and i was met with the message attempting boot from hard drive so i tried everything like bios disabling uefi because legacy worked and trying to boot from default settings. i’m no tech person but help?

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9 minutes ago, dawza said:

So i was on a game and it started crashing so on instinct i turned off my pc and i was met with the message attempting boot from hard drive so i tried everything like bios disabling uefi because legacy worked and trying to boot from default settings. i’m no tech person but help?

Can you select your boot device? Depending on who makes your motherboard it's something like F9 or F10, but check before you mash keys.


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Boot into Windows Recovery and try to repair startup. 


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44 minutes ago, BlueScope819 said:

Can you select your boot device? Depending on who makes your motherboard it's something like F9 or F10, but check before you mash keys.

it is f10 for computer setup and f9 for boot device but even when i select a device it just boots me back into the “attempting boot from hard drive” screen

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50 minutes ago, applebook said:

Boot into Windows Recovery and try to repair startup. 

I can’t even boot into windows recovery. I have a system restore i would’ve tried that already but it just won’t even get past attempting boot from hard drive

 

51 minutes ago, applebook said:

Boot into Windows Recovery and try to repair startup. 

 

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10 minutes ago, dawza said:

I can’t even boot into windows recovery. I have a system restore i would’ve tried that already but it just won’t even get past attempting boot from hard drive

 

 

So your BIOS is giving you trouble booting into the storage medium or the storage medium is broken in some manner?


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Posted · Original PosterOP

and now that i’m fully awake i can provide a couple photos

 

the first one is the point i get to when pressing escape

 

the second is me selecting boot options and the third is what happens when i click one, now my problem is that i don’t see my ssd and i don’t know how to connect it or to show if it’s bad or corrupted

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15 minutes ago, BlueScope819 said:

So your BIOS is giving you trouble booting into the storage medium or the storage medium is broken in some manner?

i have no clue. i can’t find the ssd in the boot options neither can i tell if it’s broken

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11 minutes ago, dawza said:

i have no clue. i can’t find the ssd in the boot options neither can i tell if it’s broken

Oh, I see. So the SSD should be in boot options, but isn't. What I would recommend is to determine if the actual SSD is broken. Put it in another computer, see if it boots up. Either it's physically broken or the windows install that's on it is corrupted pretty deeply, those are your two options.


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5 minutes ago, BlueScope819 said:

Oh, I see. So the SSD should be in boot options, but isn't. What I would recommend is to determine if the actual SSD is broken. Put it in another computer, see if it boots up. Either it's physically broken or the windows install that's on it is corrupted pretty deeply, those are your two options.

i don’t have another pc lol 

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1 hour ago, dawza said:

i don’t have another pc lol 

ok so i figured it out the ssd is just bad 

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