Select the appropriate boot device error and reboot it may be a critical system or hardware error. If you do not know how to fix this error, you can take your computer to the repair shop. But before you decide to do that, you can try the top resolution of this post. You can fix your own errors with these solution. Then you do not need to take the computer to the repair shop and save more money. Apply for Windows 10, 7, 8 and 8.1.
Reboot and Select proper Boot device
Step 1: Check for the Power Cable Connecting to the HDD (Hard Disk Drive)
If the power cable is damaged or wrong connected, HDD can not be detected. Then there will be an error. You can test power cable on another computer. If there is an error on that computer, the power cable is broken. Replace it with new one.
Step 2: Clean RAM
If the RAM is dusty, then the computer can show you this error. Clean the dust on the RAM with a soft cloth and see if the error is continuously running.
Step 3: Check the Boot Order Settings in BIOS (basic input/output system)
- Normally, Windows should boot from hard drive. The key or key combination you can use to enter BIOS depends on what PC brand you are using.
- After entering boot menu, follow the on-screen instructions to go to the Boot priority order part. You may see Enter Setup, Startup, Boot Device Configuration and something like that. Just follow the on-screen commands.
- Then set 1st boot device to HDD.
Step 4: Update Related Drivers (If you can’t start Windows normally, enter safe mode)
- If some related drivers are faulty, then drivers for SATA and RAID will be found. Go to the PC Creator’s website to check for the latest drivers. If you have had trouble updating drivers manually, you can use Driver Easy to help.
- You can use Driver Easy to scan your computer to detect all problem drivers. The scanning process takes a few seconds. After the scanning is completed, Driver Easy will provide you with the latest drivers. You can then download and install drivers with many steps.
Fix Windows stuck on ‘Repairing Disk errors’ with system restore:
System Restore System Files and Settings are a way to undo system changes on the restore point created to bring you back to the earlier point of view without losing individual files. If Windows PCs or Laptops are not going to start, you can use install or recovery media to access start-up settings.
Let’s see how to fix Windows stuck on ‘Repairing Disk errors’ with system restore now:
- Create installation media with an USB drive: you can go to Microsoft to download media creation tool (for Windows 10) or Windows 8/7 installation packs;
- Insert USB drive or DVD into PC or laptop and restart it;
- Set Windows to boot from a drive and you can change the boot order in BIOS.
- On the Install Windows screen, select Repair your computer.
- On the Choose an option screen, select Troubleshoot > Advanced option > System Restore.
You will have to wait patiently to improve the restored status of Windows and then all problems with Windows including stuck on ‘disk repair’ error will be fixed.
Asus Error Message: “No Battery is Detected”
If you are having an issue with your Asus laptop battery giving a status of “No battery is detected”, try the following steps:
- Start the Asus laptop with the battery in and the AC adapter plugged in
- Open up Power Options in Windows
- Remove the battery
- Wait a minute or two and plug the battery back in
- Doing this should make the hardware recognize the battery again, and it should appear as “Battery charging” in the Power Options.
To fix the error code 0xc0000185 in Windows 10
- Repair your computer using the Windows 10 Installation Media
- Rebuild Boot Configuration Data
- Run System Restore
- Disconnect all peripherals
- Run Disk Cleanup
- Check your hard drive
- Remove recently installed software
- Run the BSOD troubleshooter