Windows 10: Boot Order geting reset

Discus and support Boot Order geting reset in Windows 10 Performance & Maintenance to solve the problem; Hi, my area is having load shedding but I put my pc off before it went off. But when the power is back on it fails to boot, I go into bios and see my... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Performance & Maintenance' started by JasonClaassen, Nov 20, 2022.

  1. Boot Order geting reset


    Hi, my area is having load shedding but I put my pc off before it went off. But when the power is back on it fails to boot, I go into bios and see my boot order is reset, no longer showing my harddrive on top. This happened twice now and I'd like to know if I should plug my power cable out, switch the power off my power supply or just switch it off the wall. This is getting tedious.The boot order is easily fixed and it boots to Windows, but I can't do this every time I boot.

    :)
     
    JasonClaassen, Nov 20, 2022
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  2. IggSter Win User

    How to factory reset Cisco 1700 Router

    Hopefully I can help you here....its a very common thing to happen.


    First, I take it you dont know the passwords for console access or telnet/ssh?

    I will assume that these devices belong to you.

    step 1. Plug a cisco console cable into a serial port on your pc
    step 2. Plug other end into Cisco console port
    step 3. Using hyperterm or putty or similar connect to the serial port
    step 4. boot router, and make sure you clearly can see the output (this confirms you have good serial comms)
    step 5. if this fails, adjust the comm port settings (9600, 8,1,n are the default)
    step 6. now you have to do the only hard part...send the break command:

    Break command list: Break Commands

    Go down the list and match your OS and SW and try the sequence suggested.

    If this fails several times do what I do: Install putty (free) and then to send a break so you can get into rommom just hit "ctrl-a b".
     
    IggSter, Nov 20, 2022
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  3. pepanee Win User
    Boot Order?

    Yes. From my experience, the boot order goes down that list of everything that is listed there. If none of the devices have anything to boot from, then yes, like Winuser said, the computer will state that there is no boot device.
     
    pepanee, Nov 20, 2022
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  4. Boot Order geting reset

    Right boot order but doesnt boot right. But works on manual boot.

    Hello Kyle,

    I realize the inconvenience you are facing in your computer regarding the bootup of the device. We will help you.

    To assist you better, I suggest you to answer the below questions.

    • What is the exact make and model of your PC?
    • As mentioned, "But if i load it in first time boot, and then select the po or something(the first in my boot order) it works", can you explain us what exact issue are you facing?
    • Was there any recent hardware changes done prior to the issue?
    • Did you check in BIOS if the Boot menu order is changed?
    Please post to us with the information above to help you better.
     
    Sachin Venkatesh, Nov 20, 2022
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