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Windows 10 doesn’t be boot after update 1803

Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by Jakeclackett2, May 18, 2018.

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  1. Jakeclackett2

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    Hi
    I updated my pc to 1803, and now it doesn’t boot, I go to the BIOS and it says my boot SSD is there, try and boot it up and I get the message “Select a boot drive press any key” I am really confused as I said the BIOS recognised the SSD but when I try to boot it doesn’t let me it doesn’t recognise windows at all
     
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    What steps did you take to do the update?
     
  3. Jakeclackett2

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    I just clicked on “Update and Shut down” When I came off the computer
     
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    What happen when you first fired up the computer after this shut down?
     
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    It was like “Configuring Update” “Don’t shut down or restart computer” it kept restarting itself until it reached to 30% when it restarted and it booted back up saying “Select a suitable boot drive” “Press any key” I went into the bios and the SSD is being recognised but it’s almost like windows has deleted itself from the SSD as it’s not booting every time I try
     
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    Does thin mean it will start sometimes?
    Have you tried starting in the Safe Mode?
     
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