Before going to start about How to fix The Boot Selection Failed Because a Required Device is Inaccessible, we have to know What is Boot Selection Failed Because a Required Device is Inaccessible.
The Boot Selection Failed Because a Required Device is Inaccessible
After installation a new operating system or changing some bios setting on your computer, when you try to switch-on your computer then you will get a boot selection failed error message or windows failed to start error message and you cannot switch-on your computer.
The boot selection errors messages are like
“Windows failed to start. A recent hardware or software change might be the cause.”
“The boot configuration beta for your pc is missing or contains errors.”
“The boot selection failed because a required device is inaccessible”
Most of the time you will get this type of error on your computer and all the error messages are related to unable to boot selection properly or boot selection failed.
So, in this tutorial, I will fully guide you to fix the boot selection failed on your computer.
Why This Type of Error Occurs
There are a lot of issues for which this type of error comes in your computer.
Some errors can be guessed as follows
- The hard disc is properly not connected or inserted
- The Operating System hard drive is failed to run or broken
- The Operating System Hard drive is properly not selected inside boot device setting
- The boot setting is properly not configured
Also, many other causes are there for which this type of problem comes on your computer.
The solution of Calling Problem And Volte Issues
So, here in this tutorial, I am going to explain to you How to fix The Boot Selection Failed Because a Required Device is Inaccessible. Here I am explaining easily and elaborately all the process and guidelines for that you can easily understand and easily solve your problem on your computer. So you just read the upcoming next paragraphs here you will get the full instructions.
How to Solve This Type of Error
You can solve this type of error by configuring the Boot Setting Properly or by inserting and connecting the Hard Disc on your computer properly. So how to do these steps, you just follow the below tutorials, so let start the tutorials.
To configuring the Boot Setting Properly
If you are suffering this type of error on your computer then, first of all, you must try and follow the below steps
- 1) Go To BIOS Setting
By using F2, Del or Esc key you can enter the bios setting on your computer.
- 2) Go To BOOT Setting or Advance BIOS Features
Inside the bios setting, you will get boot setting option or advance bios feature option, by the arrow key on your keyboard go to that option.
- 3) Go To Hard Disk Drives
Inside boot setting or advance bios feature you will get the hard disk drives options. By using arrow key on your keyboard to go to that option
- 4) Go to 1st Drive
Inside hard disk drives, If you have multiple of the hard drive in your computer then you will get all the hard drives which are inserted on your computer named as 1st drive, 2nd drive, 3rd drive etc. You must go to 1st drive by using arrow key on your keyboard to go to that option.
- 5) Inside The 1st Drive Select the Operating System Drive
Inside the 1st drive option, you must select that drive in which your operating system is already installed. Don’t make confuse if you have multiple of the hard drive in your computer.
6) Go To Boot Device Priority or 1st Boot Device
Now go back and go to Boot Device Priority option or 1st Boot Device option inside Boot setting or Advance BIOS features
- 7) Select The Operating System Drive Inside 1st Boot Device
Now inside 1st boot device select that drive in which your operating system is already installed (exact select as the step no 5)
- 8) Go To 2nd Boot Device
Now go to 2nd boot device by using arrow key on your keyboard.
- 9) Select the CD/DVD Drive
Inside 2nd boot device option select CD/DVD drive
- 10) Go To Save Changes And Exit
Now for saving all the changes to go to Exit option here you will get the Save changes and Exit option, by using arrow key on your keyboard to go to that option
- 11) Select Yes And Exit
Select Save changes and exit option and press enter key then a popup menu will come on the screen with two option named as Yes and No, select Yes and press Enter key.
Now The problem is solve. If it does not work then move towards the next tutorial.
To insert and connect the Hard Disc on your computer properly.
If the above method did not work or you did not get the Operating System Drive inside 1st Boot Device then follow the below steps-
- Check and Insert the Hard disc on your computer properly
When you are getting this type of error or all other Booting related error on your computer, then, first of all, you must check and insert the Hard Disc properly in which you already installed the operating system. And if you have multiple of Hard Disc on your computer then you must properly select the System Hard Disc inside 1st Boot Device on the bios setting.
Now your problem is solve. If you need any type of help, please comment below and I shall try my best.
Thank you from NUR BAHAR LASKAR
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