Troubleshooting Windows 7 Bootup Issues
Using Windows 7? Your computer doesn’t move past the BIOS screen while booting up? Need help figuring our what’s wrong with your Windows 7? Well, that’s what we call Windows Boot error! Here in this article we try and provide a few Boot time error solutions, the ones that don’t need a very higher understanding towards the programming and codes! The ones that can be tried out before you call our Windows 7 help desk! So, here are the things to do if you are facing Windows 7 boot errors!
No external ties!
Please disconnect all external devices that are attached to the computer. Take everything out, right from pen drives, external hard disks, CDs, DVDs, iPods, Digital cameras, DS card readers to even scanners and printers. There is a high chance that your computer is rigged not to go past the BIOS page if at all it is connected to any external devices!
Back to how it was.
Let BIOS settings go back to how it was, by resetting it to default.
Follow the steps given below to do that.
- Restart the computer.
- During restart, while the laptop’s manufacturer symbol pops up. tap the F2 key repeatedly until you see Entering Setup in the top right corner of the screen.
- Depending on the BIOS, you may need to press a key listed at the bottom of the screen to load default settings. For example, F9 on the Inspiron N5110.
- Press ESC to exit the BIOS, and be sure to select Save and Exit to save your changes.
This should’ve nullified any external changes made to BIOS whatsoever, and should’ve made BIOS factory made again.
If this didn’t help, please make sure that BIOS is updated. If the BIOS is not up to date, we recommend you update it, so that it serves better!
Windows do ask you if you want to start windows as it is, or if you want to go for a safer start up. If the above remedies didn’t work, please opt to open Windows in safe mode.
If none of the above works, please look for a specific error code, so that we can step in and help you sort things in your Windows 7! Call us at 1-855-559-2230 or tell us through our website www.microsoft-help-desk.com when to call by dropping a mail!