Can't boot my Tablet. Windows Boot Manager boot failed.

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  1. Posts : 8
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter

    Thank you for your answer NavyLCDR.
    I already used another USB stick as I explained on my first post (step 3). But you are right I was always using a USB3.0 stick.

    I have just tried with a USB2.0 stick (2 GB) but anything changed. I created it with both Rufus and "diskpart" procedure. But any of both worked.

    I also think there is a hardware problem, and that it should be on RAM. I'm afraid RAM chipset is hardly integrated in the tablet motherboard, so it will be very difficult to replace.

    If someone stops by and have another idea, would be very very pleased ... if not, then the tablet and all of my personal data inside would be thrown directly to the trash ...
    Last edited by gramenauer; 03 Jan 2017 at 07:52.
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  2. cottonball's Avatar
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    You are not alone, we are in the same boat!

    Had an iView 1010 that was working fine, and next day it would not do anything. Not even the lights would come on when connected to an adapter. It was 2 years old.

    I still have it and look at it once in a while. Nothing changes...
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  3. cereberus's Avatar
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    Hi - I recommend you go to the excellent unofficial linx forum at

    Home • - The Unofficial Forum For Linx Tablets

    as they have real experts there.

    Bear in mind it is a much smaller forum but may take a couple of days to get a reply.

    I am very familiar with Linx tablets, and I must admit failure of the windows boot manager looks like a pretty serious issue which suggests a hardware issue to me, as you suspect.
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  4. Posts : 8
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter

    Hi cereberus, I already posted on 26th December on that forum, but I didn't get any reply ...

    My Linx 1010 won't boot. Windows Boot Manager boot failed. : Help (Linx 1010 & Linx 1010 3G) • - The Unofficial Forum For Linx Tablets

    I'm definetely assuming that is a hardware problem and there is nothing to do ... :-(

    Anyway, I'd like to thank all the users that tried to help me on this post. I'll try to do the same with other issues on this forum.
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  5. Posts : 1
    Windows 10

    I have the solution.

    I have just read through your thread and it reminded me about a Linx 1010 that I had lying around but couldn't bring myself to get rid of because it was fine in all other aspects. It exhibited EXACTLY the same problems you described in your post with the same error messages, inability to boot from USB, etc,etc. Most frustrating.

    The problem is BIOS related. It is most likely corrupted and cannot correctly identify the boot devices on your system.

    I know this because I have recently gotten into BIOS chip reprogramming/flashing and figured I would give it a go.

    Having desoldered the BIOS chip from the board I read its contents to save as a backup. I then desoldered the chip from another board of a working tablet (bit uncomfortable as there is chance there to screw a perfectly good tab). I dumped this working BIOS and flashed it to the non-working chip. Now, I know there is more to learn about this process as there is work to do to the BIOS .bin dump file before flashing to another tablet, even if it is the same model (think embedded activation keys and cleaning the 'ME Region' first), but this is just to prove principle. Soldered the non-functioning and newly flashed chip back into the non-functioning tablet and it powered on and booted straight away. Problem solved. I can only assume that somewhere along the line there has been a problem perhaps with a BIOS flash on your tablet or a faulty BIOS to start with. I can't pretend to fully understand, but this has worked, so do with this information what you will.

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    Can't boot my Tablet. Windows Boot Manager boot failed.-20190822_224910.jpg

    The BIOS Chip. It is under the copper shielding which just pops off/on with a little leverage. Make sure you remove the battery connector first!

    - - - Updated - - -

    The best thing to do really would be to get hold of the official BIOS.bin file from Exertis and flash that instead of manipulating a dumped BIOS file. IF ANYONE GETS ONE FROM EXERTIS PLEASE COULD YOU LINK IT HERE??! I would appreciate that greatly.

    I used a CH341A BIOS Programmer to do the job.

    Hope that helps someone out. Just giving my bit back to an online community that has helped me over the years.
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