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BSOD and I canít access anything but motherboard.


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#1 Herowai

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Posted 28 June 2018 - 06:21 PM

Hello. I am in quite a pickle. I wanted to wipe my drive and reinstall windows and so I did. Everything was running smoothly yesterday. I installed windows updates and shut it down when I went to bed. Today, when I tried to start up my computer, I get the error code: 0xc000000f. File: \EFI\Microsoft\Boot\BCD. The boot configuration data for my pc is missing or contains errors. I can only press eac for UEFI FIRMWARE SETTINGS. I have the bios setting to boot from usb first and I have the iso for windows 10 on a usb but it wont let me boot from it. What do I do? Please help.

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#2 dmccoy

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Posted 28 June 2018 - 07:45 PM

What is the make and model or your computer? What happens when you try to boot to the Win10 USB? Did you set it to be the first boot device and try disabling secure boot and enable legacy mode?

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