Question Confusingly, Windows unable to boot.

Feb 4, 2021
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Hello , I hope you're doing well.

Yesterday I started my PC, and immediately it transfers me to Gigabyte bios menu. Restarted and I clicked on f12 to choose the boot drive, after choosing my SSD and booting it showed me a blinking cursor. I tried everything CSM enable\disable, legacy etc..., finally I found a video
View: https://youtu.be/frZ7L99AFIg
To solve the annoying blinking cursor simply by downloading Windows 10 ISO on USB using media tool, booting on the USB and run the disk part commands.
After writing list volume command it shows me the USB only and there is no sign or mention on my SSD even though it listed in bios. I want it to be listed in command prompt so i can run commands on it to update corrupted boot files using Windows ISO "repair your computer" by command prompt.
Do you have any solution other than buying new hard rive to install windows on it? thank you



 

Lutfij

Titan
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Welcome to the forums, newcomer!

I don't think you need a new storage device to (re)install the OS on. You're on a B365 chipset board, why are you dealing with CSM? You should have CSM disabled, Fast Boot enabled and secure boot disabled. That should help you regain OS booting functionality but I'm also curious, where did you source your installer for Windows 10?

On another note, you're on BIOS version F4c, the latest for your board is an F4d.
 
Feb 4, 2021
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Welcome to the forums, newcomer!

I don't think you need a new storage device to (re)install the OS on. You're on a B365 chipset board, why are you dealing with CSM? You should have CSM disabled, Fast Boot enabled and secure boot disabled. That should help you regain OS booting functionality but I'm also curious, where did you source your installer for Windows 10?

On another note, you're on BIOS version F4c, the latest for your board is an F4d.
Thank you for your response.

Regarding CSM , whenever I make it disabled the drive is not shown in boot sequence. i followed your instructions but nothing new just transfer me to the bios directly. Also, when CSM disabled after pressing f12 to boot options no drive is shown.

The first photo when CSM disabled and directly transfers me to bios.

The second one when CSM enabled and my SSD is the first in boot sequence " blinking cursor ".

I don't actually know what you meant regarding windows source but if you did mean that from where I download it, from the official Microsoft website.









 

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