On Windows 10, there is various issue we are facing, but one of the most common issues is “No Boot Disk has been detected,” or sometimes disk failure issues occurred on the screen. These errors arise on the system if we wish to run the system just while rebooting process or corrupted system or bootable files. The malicious viruses and malware are also the possible reasons behind this cause.
Today we will discuss some of the possible reasons and potential issues that can cause the error to appear.
Reasons for Arising the Error Issue
There are various potential causes for this disk failure issues on your device. One reason behind this cause is the corrupted or unsupported HDD or SSD files. In this case, the system fails to communicate between the OS and HDD setup operations for utilizing the boot process. This is the reason that this error usually appears during the process of booting. The alert message or the Disk failure message appears on the desktop if your device fails to fetch important information or the details related to OS on your system drive.
The error message can be caused due to the appearance of these common errors:
- Incompatible boot order setups
- Failure of Hard Disk
- Missing OS from Hard Disk Drive
- Looseness in the connection between HDD and PC
- Infected Boot Configuration Data
Pursue these guidelines if you wish to fix the error “No Boot Disk has been Detected”:
Checking PC to SSD/HDD Cable Connection
Check the cable connection properly between the HDD/SSD to PC, and if found any issue, remove the possible glitch. You have to ensure that any of the cords related to these disks is not loosen.
Note: In case you don’t know how to set up and operate these cords and cables, take the help of an experienced technician.
Follow these offered guidelines to know how to check the cable connection to remove the disk failure issues:
- First and foremost, turn the device Off and detach the battery.
- After that, launch the device casing box.
- Then, disconnect the HDD from the system socket or HDD panel.
- Now, clean up all the sections, ports, wirings that are attached to HDD or SSD ports to the device, and vice versa.
- After that, you have to connect the HDD again to your device. Make sure that all the connections are properly attached to their respective sections.
- Finally, insert the battery and run up the device once more.
- If the issue persists, then follow the next mentioned instructions:
Checking PC Boot on a Priority Basis
If the device tries to boot from another source from its native one and fails to find the information necessary for bootin. In this case, the issue occurs on the device. In order to fix this issue, it is recommended to make sure that the bootable disk is located at the uppermost section of your device booting order.
Try to boot the device, and if it fails to load as usual restarting procedure, then follow the next method.
Checking HDD or SSD Failing Issues
- When the HDD or SSD fails to trigger the information or gets corrupted, then your system is expected to flash the error “No Boot Disk has been Detected” on your device. To do so, you may disconnect the driver from the device and then reconnect it with any other system. It will make the system to access those required files for rebooting on your device.
- Then, make sure that the drive is accessible to fetch information by the machine. In case you are unable to fetch the data placed on the drive, then it means that the drive needs a fresh replacement.
Daniel Ryan is a Norton product expert and has been working in the technology industry since 2002. As a technical expert, Daniel has written technical blogs, manuals, white papers, and reviews for many websites such as norton.com/setup.