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New computer - sometimes does not boot (no) operating system - neither from SSD nor bootable dongle


amired
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Hello everyone :)

New computer with i5 10400 and gigabyte B560M DS3H motherboard.

Assembled yesterday.

In some of the times the power is turned on, the operating system fails to boot from the Stuck on the rotating circle with the motherboard logo or written Preparing automatic repair.

I searched a lot for the glitch in google but what's weird is that when it happened, an attempt was also made to boot the computer from a bootable dongle with the installation of (The same dongle from which Windows was installed on the SSD) and it did not come up either - was stuck on the rotating circle.

After a few shutdowns and ignitions and disconnections from the electricity it finally works out and the system rises from the.

It makes me think there's some sort of hardware problem.

 

In any case, a restore was made to a restore point in Windows that was taken automatically shortly after the installation of the operating system and since then the problem has not recurred.

I also opened the case and saw that everything is properly assembled and there are no dangling or loose parts.

 

What can you start testing? Could there be a problem with the motherboard / processor?

 

Thank you

 

 

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Do you have any additional hard disks?

If so, disconnect them and check again.

 

Usually when there is a hard disk malfunction the windows gets stuck in the phase of the circle.

 

You reminded me that this also happened to me when an on-key disk was connected to a computer

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Do you have any additional hard disks?

If so, disconnect them and check again.

 

Usually when there is a hard disk malfunction the windows gets stuck in the phase of the circle.

 

interesting!

There is an additional 1TB mechanical drive.

Its current state - it is not initialized and not recognized by Windows as a territory (No partition or file system on it), I just could not set it up. There is a situation that is really flawed.

Do you think sometimes the computer tries to BOOT it?

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I think Windows is just trying to mount it in the BOOT process and gets stuck because it fails.

Apparently the drive is finished, if there are no important things on it just disconnect it and the computer will probably boot up properly.

 

If there are important things about it, try restarting the computer until the drive is detected and working (low chance according to what you wrote here)

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