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Stuck at ASUS loading screen

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Frasse, Oct 11, 2019.

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  1. Frasse

    Frasse Thread Starter

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    Hey so earlier today I updated my computer and later on In the day I decided to start up the computer it lights up and the screen shows ASUS after that it goes into an infinite boot loop at the start screen. How do I fix this?



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  2. lunarlander

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    Go download Ubuntu https://ubuntu.com/ and burn it to DVD or USB memory stick: https://tutorials.ubuntu.com/tutorial/tutorial-create-a-usb-stick-on-windows#0

    You can then access your hard drive and copy off all your important data to a USB memory stick.

    The boot loop is either a) a hard drive hardware failure, or b) a software corruption of Windows. You can't do much if it is a HD hardware failure - you'd have to get a new HD. But lets try and see if b) is true. Go download MS Media Creation Tool and run it. Then choose to Generate a Windows setup DVD or USB memory stick. Then boot with the new media and choose Setup > Custom. Then find your C drive partition - you will have to tell by it's size as it won't be labled C: ; and delete that partition. Then choose Next and let Setup continue using the newly unallocated space. If all works well, and your HD hardware isn't at fault, Windows will start up again.
     
  3. Blu_86

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    When you say you updated your computer do you mean Windows updates or a BIOS update or hardware upgrade? Also for anyone to properly help you your computer specifications would be best and helpful. Usually if it was a BIOS update, could be that you may need to clear CMOS / set optimized for it to boot correctly mobo model depending. If you updated hardware like adding memory you might need to simply load optimized defaults and then XMP (again mobo depending). If you added a new CPU as an upgrade usually a CMOS clear is best followed by a fresh installation of Windows.
     
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