PC not answering to bootable usb windows 10

I used the microsoft tool to make a bootable usb windows
I just finished building my new pc and everything works fine
I can access the BIOS and all
But when I insert my bootable usb windows and restart the system, the PC stops rendering any image to the monitor
Its worse than a black screen, theres just nothing, but the fans are spinning
When I press the power button, it wont go off. I have to force it and press it long enough for the PC to shut off
I tried MobaLiveCD to see if the bootable usb drive is working, and it is.
Its a brand new computer and I really want to make it work please help me

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I had a bad time on one PC

Turns out the BIOS was out of date and not ready for W10.

Be sure to reveal more about your PC.

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PC not answering to bootable usb windows 10

Try to use another burning software. Or the flashdrive is the one causing the issue.

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Solution: PC not answering to bootable usb windows 10

I mentioned, your computer says no boot device is detected or found, that means the operating system can't find the bootable hard disk or the boot sector of the hard drive.
I summarize some major causes as follows to take as reference:

1. Boot PC from an unbootable disk or device
If you meet no boot device detected issue, it is possible you set to boot from an unbootable CD/DVD, a hard drive or a flash drive by mistake.

2. The bootable disk is corrupted or died somehow
In addition, another factor should be that your bootable disk gets damaged or died due to some reasons. In this case, the PC OS can't find boot device to reboot your computer normally.

3. MBR or boot sector is damaged on the bootable hard drive
Actually, "no boot device found" related problems also probably could be caused by damaged hard disk master boot record (MBR).

4. Viruses attack the PC
Perhaps some viruses exist in your PC internal hard disk and some damages to MBR, computer OS files or folders happen, which may cause no bootable device problem.

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Post was last edited on August 3, 2017 1:23 AM PDT

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