Windows is the series of world famous operating system developed by Microsoft Inc. Windows 10 has various unique features like a natural user interface, versatile computing applications compatibility, powerful graphics capabilities, etc. The computer users widely use the operating system all over the world because of its easy user interface. However, the architecture of the operating system consists of hundreds and thousands of system files and relevant programs that need to work correctly to avail the user of a fully functional computer. If you are facing any error occurring with your computer’s operating system like the “no bootable device windows 10.” You should opt for a tech expert to get the professional assistance in resolving all the errors. Call Support for Windows to gain access to all the professional help you need.
Common errors with Windows 10:
While using Windows 10 operating system, you can face several common mistakes. Most of the users encounter these technical glitches. The tech professionals have tried and tested various methods to resolve the particular problem.
The tech professionals have experience in resolving the problem windows 10 no boot device available. When you turn your computer on, it boots all the necessary files and programs to run your computer. The system boots from a specific drive you selected. The boot device is usually your hard drive or your secondary storage drives. If your computer is showing no boot device, it can mean a connection error between the boot drive and the system loader.
When your computer is showing windows 10 no boot device found, we recommend you not to tamper with your computer’s hardware and system files when a technical error is occurring. A wrong step might make the problem worse; there will be a chance of losing all your data that was stored in your system’s hard drive. Call Support to get in touch with experienced tech professionals. They will guide you with the best possible methods to resolve the issue.
Windows system repair:
Here’s how to repair:
- Insert the Windows installation media into your computer and boot.
- Select the language and region, and then click on “Repair your computer” when you see the “Install now” window.
- Select Troubleshootand then Command Prompt on the Advanced options screen.
- In Command Prompt, input the following command lines and press Enter after each. (If you are asked whether you want to add a new installation to the boot list, type “Y” and then press Enter.)
- bootrec /fixmbr
- bootrec /fixboot
- bootrec /scanos
- bootrec /rebuildbcd
- Exit Command Promptand restart your computer.