[SOLVED] Stuck On Motherboard's Splash Screen

Hoobly

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Hello, so i have this computer where it will get stuck on the splash screen with a black square with circles moving around. Before it would take a few seconds to boot into windows, but now its just stuck on the splash screen. So far ive tried booting without any usb connections which resulted to the same problem and booting with the SATA cables removed from the HDD which just resulted to an error (Pics Below). I am still able to enter BIOS settings though. Any help would be appreciated.

Specs
OS: Windows 10
Motherboard: A78M-E35 V2
HDD: Toshiba D101ACA100
SSD: WDC WDS12OG2GOA-OOJH30
CPU: AMD A8-7600 Radeon R7
RAM: FuryX DDR3 8gb

View: http://imgur.com/a/KrveeXO
 

Darkbreeze

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Did you have any intermittent warning signs or random errors prior to this problem beginning? Did you recently make any changes or reconfigure any hardware before the problem started?

What exactly was the series of events, if any, that led up to the failure to load windows?

Have you tried booting into safe mode? You will of course need to have the primary boot drive connected in order to do that.

https://www.digitalcitizen.life/4-ways-boot-safe-mode-windows-10
 

Hoobly

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Dec 30, 2016
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Did you have any intermittent warning signs or random errors prior to this problem beginning? Did you recently make any changes or reconfigure any hardware before the problem started?

What exactly was the series of events, if any, that led up to the failure to load windows?

Have you tried booting into safe mode? You will of course need to have the primary boot drive connected in order to do that.

https://www.digitalcitizen.life/4-ways-boot-safe-mode-windows-10
Im not sure how this happened, but heres what happened before the problem started, we had a power outage which we were able to boot the pc after that and i installed 2 windows updates. After that, the pc started getting stuck on splash screen. Also it seems that i cant get into the safe mode screen
 

Darkbreeze

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Sounds like your Windows installation got borked somehow. I think you may end up having to do a clean install even though it will mean the loss of any data on the drive. If there are important files you must recover from the drive you can try installing the drive into another machine, either internally or using an adapter cable or external enclosure, and copy any required files off the drive before reinstalling the OS.

 

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