Troubleshoot On Your Own When Your Computer Does Not START / BOOT
Edited by Timbuktu, Charmed, Eng
If your computer shows the Windows logo but fails
- 1Restart your computer immediately.Advertisement
- 2Select the Last Known Good Configuration then press enter.If the issue persist after you restart, restart your computer again and this time press F8, this will then lead you to * # Windows Advanced Options.Advertisement
- 3If your computer still does not continue signing in and you have added a new hardware device, remove the hardware device and then reboot your computer.
If you are seeing an error Non-system disk or disk error
- 1Check your CD drive and make sure that there are no CD and or your USB and make sure that there is no USB drive with * * # Windows or software that makes the computer tries to boot from it.
- 2Use your Windows CD and perform a repair installation.
- 3Use your CD and perform a Windows reinstallation.
- 4Check your First Boot device make sure that the first boot device is the CD-ROM.
No Disk or No Boot device
- Turn off your computer and unplug from the outlet, open your computer and reseat the hard drive then put it back again. Then turn on your computer.
Computer does not turn ON
- 1Check if your power cord is properly connected.Advertisement
- 2Then turn on your computer.Reseat your hard drive then put it back again.
- 3If there is still no power then continue.Try to remove the CD-ROM drive from the power supply, and then turn on your computer.
- 4Then turn on your computer.Reseat the video card if you have a video card that is not integrated to the motherboard.
- 5Remove the video card (if not integrated) then turn on your computer.
- 6If the motherboard light is not on, the possible cause is that your motherboard needs replacement and or possibly the power supply already needs replacement.Check the motherboard light, if there is a light indication from the motherboard.
- 7You may first try to replace the power supply.Advertisement
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