Mobo - Gigabyte 970-UD3P
Ram - Corsair 8GB DDR3 (dual channel mode)
GPU - XFX R9 280x
PSU - evga 600b
HDD - 1tb seagate
SSD - Samsung 850 Evo 500gb
Optical - Samsung
So I recently was using my PC and I need to do something else so I left it on. When I came back, the screen was dark so I assumed it went into a sleep mode or something. I tried waking the PC up but it wasn't responding to anything. I force shut it off and reboot. Once it gets to the boot screen, it takes forever. I decided to shut it off again and reboot. After doing that, nothing showed up after the mobo splash screen. I went into bios to verify my boot priorities and they were fine. I unplugged everything and switched around which SATA ports they were connected to.
After that, I turned on the PC and it went into automatic repair mode. I ran the start up repair, but I think it did that repair on the HDD instead of the SSD. I had issues with the SSD not being detected in BIOS so I swap the cable and put it in SATA port 0. It's recognized in BIOS but I can't boot from it still.
I go back into the automatic repair and launch CMS. I run the following commands:
bootrec.exe /fixmbr - "successful"
bootrec.exe /fixboot - "successful"
bootrec.exe /scanos - This said no windows installation was found, which has me worried. I have a feeling the MBR is corrupted due to the abnormal shutdown but I need to remedy this issue asap. What can I do?
EDIT: It should be noted I've had this SSD for less than a year and it's operating in AHCI mode. The SSD I have is the Samsung Evo 850 which are not known to fail.
EDIT 2 - I have also done a boot override but nothing happens after the mobo splash screen
Edited by The Gyro39, 30 August 2017 - 12:33 PM.