However, while working with Windows, you can encounter various issues, one of which will be system boot partition errors.
These errors usually occur because Windows cannot detect or access the system boot partition.
In this article, we will explore a few tips to help you to figure out and solve this issue.
- System boot partition errors are quite common, and there are several ways to fix these problems.
- Reinstalling your operating system is an effective solution if the System Boot is corrupted.
- Another possibility is to perform a clean boot, and this will also work in most cases.
Update your BIOS
- Go to your manufacturer’s website and download the latest version of your BIOS.
- Run the file as administrator.
- Follow the instructions on the screen to update your BIOS.
Check hard disk health
- Check the health of your hard drive using Hard Drive Health.
- Run CHKDSK
If your hard drive is reporting errors, run CHKDSK.
Use Command prompt
- Type cmd in Windows 10’s search box.
- Click on Run as administrator under Command prompt.
- Input the command below, and press the Return key: DISM.exe /Online /Cleanup-image /Restorehealth
- Input the command below, and press the Return key: DISM.exe /Online /Cleanup-image /Restorehealth /CheckHealth
- First, launch Diskpart by typing diskpart in Run’s text box.
- Then enter list disk in the prompt’s text box.
- Enter select disk 0 in the prompt’s text box.
- Press the Enter key to select the first disk in the Diskpart window.
- Next, enter clean in the Prompt’s text box.
- Then enter select partition 1 in the Prompt’s text box.
- Press the Enter key to select the partition in the Diskpart window.
- Press the Delete key to delete that partition.
- Then enter newfs_msdos 1 in the Prompt’s text box.
- Press the Enter key to create a basic partition on the disk.
- Enter exit in the Prompt’s text box.
- Press the Esc key to exit Diskpart.
Perform a clean boot
- Press Windows + R to open the Run utility.
- Type msconfig in the Open text box and press Enter to launch System Configuration.
- Select the Boot tab on the System Configuration window.
- Select the Disable all option.
- Now, press the OK button.
- Restart the computer.
- Disable hibernation mode
Open Start > type power options > press Enter.
- Select Power Options > select the Additional power settings option.
- Go to Choose what the power buttons do > disable Hibernate on battery.