Upstart error

Jan 5, 2017 1:13PM PST

Windows fail to start
A resent soft/hardware change maybe cause the problem.
1: insert windows installations CD og restart
2: choose language click next
3: click "repair your computer"

If you not have the installationsdisk contact..... bla bla

File: Boot\BCD
Status: 0xc000000f

Info: The boot configuration data is missing or contains errors

What's wrong?
The installationdisc is in the DVD but it keep going on over and over!
Even I have use the F2 bios F5 "optimized default"
Plzz help me!

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Jan 5, 2017 3:40PM PST

If you can't boot from disk and you can't boot from disc it sounds like you have a hardware fault.

Perhaps it's time to take it in for repair.

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Upstart problem.
Jan 5, 2017 8:55PM PST

It's making me nuts! Manage to reinstall a new windows 10 installation on the hdd, but now the one out of two SSD disc is missing. During reinstall it refuse to give me access to the SSD discs. Only the HDD was an option. But that's no good. Why? So it's not a hardware problem. It's a software issue! So no hardware repair is needed. It will only empty my pocket! And it's empty enough already

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Jan 5, 2017 11:41PM PST

You start out saying you could not boot the windows disk.
Then you say you could not boot the windows disc.

Now you say you reinstalled windows.
How did you do that?

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Upstart problem
Jan 6, 2017 12:15AM PST

I have got a hint. To bypass the secure boot option that was enabled, but not highlighted, I change the OS to other system then secure boot could be changed to disabled. I then restart and change it to enabled again. And poof the bios suddenly gave me access to the right boot partition on the SSD disc. But I should have had the hint before I did the new windows installation that only gave me access to a HDD. Why? I don't known. But that was the software error according to the error message in the beginning of the tread. Hope it gave you an understandable explanation of the errors that was a software issue! So now it works again. Playing with overclocking isn't a cost effective way to do things

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