Boot device not found

Boot device not found

Updating the Boot Order in the BIOS

Note: To get to the BIOS you’ll need to have the computer turned off completely. As you push the power button on the computer itself, you’ll also repeatedly tap on F12 to bring up what is called the Boot Menu. When you get there, there will be a box with different options available. One of those options is “Enter Setup”. That is what will bring you into what is known as the BIOS and you’ll be presented with this screen.

  • This is the main page of the BIOS, to change the Boot Order you’ll need to choose “BIOS” where the Boot Options are located:

  • Once at this screen you’ll choose Boot Option #1 as the picture above shows. You’ll be presented with a list of options to choose from as shown below. You’ll choose Windows Boot Manager as the 1st option.

  • Once you’ve selected Boot Option 1, you’ll need to change Boot Options 2, 3 and sometimes 4. For those boot options, we are going to disable them so the computer can only boot to the Windows Boot Manager.

  • Once you’ve updated all of the boot options your BIOS screen should look like this:

  • Afterwards, you’ll press F10 on your keyboard which will then ask if you want to Save and Restart? You’ll select yes and from there your computer should boot to Windows like normal.

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