Fix Disk Boot Failure - Insert System Disk and Press Enter in Windows 10

16.09.2020 11:02
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The disk boot failure is an error that occurs during the startup process of the computer. Generally, it may result from a faulty BIOS boot order, corrupted OS, or damaged boot hard drive. Each possible cause has its corresponding fixes. If you find there is data loss on your computer after the repair, you can use EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard to recover your files.


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16.09.2020 11:03
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Actually, these steps always go unnoticedly and quickly. However, if there are any issues during this startup process, you will encounter problems like the one in discussion. For example, if BIOS fails to load the operating system, you may be stuck at a screen saying "Windows is loading files". And if BIOS couldn't find a boot device, you will see the error message: DISK BOOT FAILURE - INSERT SYSTEM DISK AND PRESS ENTER.


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16.09.2020 11:04
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If some other device, like a USB, has a higher priority than your system disk and you have a USB without OS connected to your computer, you can simply remove the external storage device and let BIOS boot from your system disk. If not, change the boot order in BIOS and make your system disk as the first option. (System disk doesn't show up in BIOS? Move to method 3 for solutions.)


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16.09.2020 11:04
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Does the boot disk failure persist after setting the boot order correctly? If so, it's possible that the operating system is corrupted or the system disk is damaged. Since repairing the operating system is much easier than fix the hard drive, let's see how to repair the OS first. (You need a Windows 10 installation media using this method. If you don't have the CD/DVD or USB boot drive, learn how to burn ISO to USB to create a bootable media first.


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21.09.2020 18:24
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Click OK to open a Command Prompt window and enter the following command (assuming XP is installed on your C drive)
chkdsk c: / r. This hard disk scan can take a long time (from several to several hours) depending on the size of the volume, Sourceologist.com the amount of data on the volume, and the disk scan tasks. Depending on the speed of your system, the size of the volume, the amount of data on the volume, and chkdsk tasks, fixing chkdsk errors can take a long time (from several to several hours). or it may appear to be "stuck". ". Be patient. If the indicator.


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