In the Windows operating system, the BIOS errors are expanding. Conversely, when a BIOS related issue arises, it either typically shuts down the device, freezes it or the screen goes black. There are a number of people who have reported about BIOS error. One of the issues is “the current BIOS settings don’t wholly support the Boot system. So, here are the essential steps that you need to follow and get rid of it accordingly.
Check the HDD
In case the user wishes to check the HDD, then they can pursue the mentioned instructions.
- Suppose you are facing an issue with a fresh or relatively a fresh build, look at the HDD for link problem.
- After that, launch the system and detach the SATA cord from the motherboard and HDD.
- Then detach all power within the HDD and leave the components idle for some time.
- You should attach all the cords and attach the hard drive to the motherboard.
- Now, switch on the PC and look for any improvements.
Perform Startup Repair
In case the user wants to perform startup repair, then abide by the provided steps.
- You have to put in Windows DVD or System Repair Disc in the USB flash drive/DVD.
- After that, reboot the system. The system will boot through the inserted DVD drive.
- In case the “Press any key to boot from CD or DVD” comes, hit any button.
- You should choose the correct option time and Keyboard type.
- Then go to the option ‘Repair your computer’ in the bottom left-hand side of the screen.
- You have to select the option Troubleshoot beneath the screen of ‘Choose an option’.
- Beneath the Troubleshoot window, select the Advanced Options.
- Now, click on the Startup Repair.
- Finally, Windows will scan for any problem with the PC that is the reason of the problem while the startup and solve them.
Check Boot Device Order
In case the user wishes to check the boot device order, then they can pursue the mentioned instructions.
- Turn on the PC and hit the Esc + F1+ F2 + F8 keys altogether on your keyboard or press F10 while the initial boot up window.
- You should select enter BIOS setup option.
- The mouse does not function, with the help of arrow buttons to find the way.
- You should click on the Boot button.
- Later, check the sort of boot device. Ensure for the HDD is chosen as the main concern device.
- Now, shut down and reboot the PC and check whether the error is solved.
Reset the Settings of BIOS
In case the user wants to reset the settings of BIOS, then abide by the provided steps.
- Reboot the system and constantly hit the ‘Esc+F1+F2+F8’ or ‘F10’ while the boot up to get into BIOS.
- Whether you are running Windows 10, select the Start and choose the Power.
- After that, long-press the Shift button and hit the Restart button.
- Navigate to the Troubleshoot option.
- Then click on the Advanced Options.
- You should select the UEFI Firmware Settings then choose the Restart button.
- After going into the BIOS then hit the F9 to launch the dialogue box of ‘Load Default Options.’
- You have to choose the Yes tab via the arrow button to reset the BIOS settings to factory standard.
- Now, close and reboot the system and look for any improvements.
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