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    cant boot windows10

    by miltosss ·


    i cant boot into windows 10 caz i had black screen before some days because i did a bad oc and had to reset bios mannually, then took out the ssd and was able to boot into bios but when i connect my ssd or another hdd it just stays black screen, can anyone help?

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      Methods to boot Windows 10

      by benmartin9920 ·

      In reply to cant boot windows10

      Windows 10 offers a lot of interesting features, and the advanced boot options to troubleshoot many of the Windows 10 problems, is one of them. You can reset your PC, restore it to a previous state, boot to a different operating system.
      There are many ways to access Windows 10 boot options with each having its own use case. Let’s take a look at these options below.

      Methods to access Windows 10 boot options.

      I – Hold the Shift key and restart
      This is the easiest way to access Windows 10 boot options.
      All you need to do is hold down the Shift key on your keyboard and restart the PC.
      Open up the Start menu and click on “Power” button to open power options.
      Now press and hold the Shift key and click on “Restart”.
      Windows will automatically start in advanced boot options after a short delay.
      This trick can work from anywhere, whether you click on “Restart” from the start menu, “Shutdown” dialog or the start screen. You just need to make sure you hold the Shift key while doing so.

      II – Access Windows 10 boot options from Windows settings
      If you can’t use the Shift + Restart option, then don’t worry. You can also boot Windows 10 in advanced startup options from its settings.
      Launch Windows 10 “Settings” from the Start menu and click on “Update & Security” at the bottom of the window. Here move to the “Recovery” option and click on “Restart now” under “Advanced startup” option. Your PC will now restart into advanced boot options.

      III – Use Command Prompt to access Windows 10 boot options
      If you are interested, you can also use a quick Command Prompt command to access the advanced boot options.
      Right-click on the Windows 10 Start menu and select “Command Prompt (Admin)” from the menu.
      In the Command Prompt window, type shutdown.exe /r /o and hit “Enter”.
      You will see a prompt saying you are being signed out, just close it and Windows 10 will reboot to boot options.

      I hope these 3 methods will be helpful to boot windows 10.
      Ben Martin

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      black screen

      by robertocavanni88 ·

      In reply to cant boot windows10


      Were you able to solve the problem?

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