If you’re encountering a disk boot failure on your computer, it typically means that the system is having trouble accessing the operating system or boot files necessary to start up.


Below are the few steps that would help you in resolving the issue of DISK BOOT FAILURE:

Check physical connections:

Ensure that all cables connecting your hard drive (or SSD) to the motherboard are securely attached. Sometimes loose connections can lead to boot failures.

Restart the computer:

Try restarting your computer to see if it was a temporary glitch. If the issue persists, proceed to the next steps.

Check boot order:

Enter the BIOS or UEFI settings of your computer by pressing a specific key during startup (such as F2, Del, or Esc). Look for the boot order settings and ensure that the hard drive containing the operating system is set as the primary boot device.

Check for external media:

Remove any USB drives, DVDs, or memory cards from your computer. Sometimes the system tries to boot from external devices, causing errors.

Test the hard drive:

If possible, connect the problematic hard drive to another computer as a secondary drive or use an external enclosure. This will help determine if the issue lies with the drive itself. If the drive is faulty, you may need to replace it.

Repair the operating system:

Use a Windows or macOS installation disk or a bootable USB drive to access the recovery or repair options. From there, you can attempt to repair the operating system files or reinstall the operating system.

Seek professional help:

If you’re not comfortable performing these steps or if the issue persists after trying them, it’s advisable to seek assistance from a computer technician or a reputable repair service.

Try on your own:

Restart the computer system by pressing the power button, while restart Press F8 or F9 functions key till you don’t see a troubleshooting window. On the troubleshooting window choose the option, Repair. Select and Press Enter. It will prompt you that your Computer will reconfigure to the old configuration setting. Press ‘ YES’ button .

Computer system will automatically restore you computer to the old settings, or to the Previous Back up configuration.

If the problem persists try to REINSTALL NEW OPERATING SYSTEM, on your computer system.

Remember to back up your important data regularly to prevent permanent data loss in case of hardware or software issues.

Read this article on installing Windows Operating System on your Computer System.