Windows 10: Windows 10 unmountable_boot_volume
Windows 10 BSoD unmountable_boot_volume
My original os is win7 then i upgraded to 10... After a while of using it... It opens the Blue screen saying unmountable boot volume.. Also i dont have win7 cd since the os was built in...
Next i rebooted it, it says "preparing automatic repair" i tried to wait.. But after it says that, it goes to a black screen and nothing happens
Then i tried dloading the iso from the site and then burned it to a usb.. Then it says
Press any key to boot from USB
*presses any key*
BOOTMGR is missing
Press ctrl+alt+delete to restart
Is the problem in the usb or it just wont open because of the error?
I only have recovery disks on win7
My laptop is Vaio SVE111A11W
Cant open my laptop due to this so i cant really attach the needed files.. T^T
Last edited by KuroKurage; 13 Jan 2016 at 07:35.
The boot files have been removed, what causes an unbootable device.
When you access your BIOS, look for the boot mode (UEFI, legacy)
What does it say? This data is necessary, because the possible boot files repair method depends on what it is, meaning the method for UEFI is different then for another.
Send me a message at my gmail... OedipusRex0830@gmail.com
I cant seem to find what you are talking about, when i go to bios and to the boot panel.. All i see is the order of boot (external, internal, etc) there is no boot mode...
Send me a mail on gmail and i'll send you the pics of the bios part ...
You're not in the correct part, you need to access the BIOS not the boot order
So how to access it??...i tried pressing F2 on boot....
So i tried pressing F2 on boot... And it takes me to a bios thingy but i dont find what you are saying...
Yea i did that and i saw : (on my laptop)
InsydeH20 setup utility
-1st tab Main-
Bios version: R0140E8
Machine name : SVE11115EGW
SERIAL NO: B1289920-14EE-11E0-86DF-30F9EDEB8
Please post a photo of the boot order
Here are the pics from the whole BIOS
Hi folks I'm new to the forums to please excuse me. I'm currently posting from my phone so when my laptop comes on I'll attach the debug file.
Basically I set my laptop to sleep instead of shutting it down and when I went back to resume my work...