If you receive this stop code and Windows doesn't boot forward into the OS, try the following:
Revert any recent hardware changes
Remove any recently added hardware, especially hard disk drives or controllers, to see if the error is resolved. If the problematic hardware is a hard disk drive, the disk firmware version might be incompatible with your version of the Windows operating system. Contact the manufacturer for updates. If you removed another piece of hardware and the error is resolved, IRQ or I/O port conflicts may exist. Reconfigure the new device according to the manufacturer's instructions.
If you have recently made changes to BIOS settings, such as changing the controller mode from legacy to AHCI in the BIOS, revert those changes. For more information, see Advanced Host Controller Interface - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Check for storage device compatibility
Confirm that all hard disk drivers, hard disk controllers, and any other storage adapters are compatible with the installed version of Windows. For example, you can get information about compatibility at Windows 10 Specifications.
Update BIOS and Firmware
Check the availability of updates for the system BIOS and storage controller firmware.
Use the Media Creation Tool to create a bootable USB thumb drive or DVD
Use Media Creation Tool, using another computer to create a bootable USB thumb drive or DVD. Use it to perform a clean install, by clicking on the setup file or booting from the USB.
For more information, see Get Windows 10.
Be aware that you may need to disable features, such as quick BIOS boot, or you may not be able to reach the boot device priority menu. Change your boot sequence priority in the BIOS menu to boot from FDD (FlashDiskDrive) or DVD instead of HDD.