Boot problems in Windows 10 can occur due to various reasons, from BSOD problem to improper system shutdown. If you are having trouble booting your computer, try these solutions and the boot problem will be solved in no time.
Fix-1 Use System Recovery at Startup-
Use a Startup Repair System Windows Recovery Environment.
1. Start your computer.
2. Then click on "Advanced options”In the 'Auto Repair' window.
2. When the 'Choose an option' window appears on the screen, just click on “Solve problems".
3. Then click on "Advanced options“To access it.
4. Next, you need to click on "Initial repair".
Initial Repair will look for various issues that may be causing this problem on your device and fix the problem.
If this solution doesn't work, move on to the next one.
Fix-2 Use the Troubleshooter Command Prompt-
1. In the Auto Repair settings window, click "Advanced options".
2. Then you need to click on "Solve problems".
3. What you need to do next is click on "Advanced options”To view advanced options.
4. Finally, click on "Symbol of the system“To use it.
5. When you see the System symbol has been opened on your computer, you need to browse the drive installed in Windows. (Typically, it is the "C:" to conduct).
To do this, simply enter the drive letter where Windows is installed System symbol window then knock Pay in.
6. In Window System Symbol, copy paste these commands and then press Pay in after each of them to create a new backup directory.
cd windowssystem32config md backup
7. The next step is to copy the backup. To do this, run this command.
copy *.* backup
8. Then, to copy the registry backup from Regback list, copy paste these commands mentioned below and press'Pay in'.
cd regback copy *.*..
9. In case you see that the "Overwrite .. DEFAULT? (Yes / No / All): "The request has reached your CMD terminal, simply press"AFrom your keyboard. This will overwrite the files on the destination.
Close Window system symbol.
11. Then click on "Continue“To continue with Windows 10.
Now, check if this helps or not.
Fix-3 Reset or Update This PC-
If nothing works for you, restarting or updating your computer is the last option available.
1. Again, click "Advanced options”To go to advanced options.
2. When you see the 'Choose an option window popped up, click on “Solve problems".
3. Now you need to click on "Reset this PC".
2. Two options will be available here. These are-
a. Update your PC- Updating your PC will keep all files unchanged except some files and system settings.
B. Reset your PC *- Reset means that the device will be reset to the default state.
Choose one of these options and click on it (we recommend that you update your PC first and check. If it doesn't work, there are no other options to restart your computer).
3. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the process.
Once restarted / updated, the startup problem will disappear.
*NOTE: - If you are restarting your computer, read this article to back up important files to a flash drive without starting Windows 10.
Your problem will be solved.