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BOOT NOT FOUND

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Hola @ANDREW1965 and :wpcm:

 

You'l need to google your pc make and model number to find out how to get into the bios, but once there, verify teh drive is seen in bios and is set as the primary boot device.

 

Tx 🤠

 

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On 1/16/2020 at 3:21 AM, ANDREW1965 said:

I NEED SOMEBODY TO ANSWER THIS. 

MICROSOFT 10

BLUE SCREEN

"BOOT DEVICE NOT FOUND"

DO I NEED TO GET A NEW HARD DRIVE?

You don't have much infor,did you use boot disk to boot you computer?And if you want to get a new boot disk,you can make new one.

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I've had this with various issues over the years.  I had it several months ago on Window 10 running on a GPT drive, and it took trial and error to get the various boot files repaired.  It was easier a few years back with MBR drives. If I remember correctly, there've been a half dozen different causes and issues generating the same message.  The most recent was something that the May 2019 Windows 10 update did to make Windows unable to boot.  I restored the drive several times from full backups and each time the updates ran successfully except for making it impossible to boot once they'd finished. 

 

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