How to Fix Unmountable_Boot_Volume Error in Windows 10

Sometimes users got an error of unmountable_boot_volume in their windows 10 computers that error stops computer from starting. this article helps you to resolve this error by following simple methods.

Unmountable_Boot_Volume Error in Windows 10

This error occurs in your windows 10 due to damaged RAM, corrupted system files and because of the damaged hard drive. When you get this error, a blue screen will appear on your computer that shows you many unmountable_boot_volume messages. Most of the time computer try to resolve these issues automatically.

How to Fix Unmountable_Boot_Volume Error in Windows 10

If your computer successfully recovers from these errors then you don’t have to do anything. On the other hand, you will need a USB drive to resolve this problem by following some steps.

1. Restart & Allow Windows to Fix the Problem

By using these methods, we have recovered the computer that had an error of unmountable_boot_volume and this error was 7 years old. Follow the steps below.

Step-1

Go to start button and looking for shutdown option, just click on it. after shut down of computer wait for 15 to 30 minutes to cool it down.

Step-2
Then start your computer and wait for the unmountable_Boot_Volume error.

Step-3
Now, your computer tries to resolve this error by itself and after resolving it will show you a blank screen.

Step-4
Leave your computer for 3 to 4 hours to adjust itself.

Your computer will work fine after applying this method. If this method fails, try to use other methods.

2. Use Automatic Repair

This is the best method to repair unmountable_Boot error. Windows 10 is trying to resolve this issue by automatic repair option as it is available in windows 10. You should try this method even if you already tried the previous method.

Step-1

Turn off your computer by pressing the power button.

Step-2
Then put in the USB drive into the USB port of your computer. This USB drive contains windows media creation tool.

Step-3
Then your computer will boot up and the windows setup screen will show on your computer screen. Then choose your language, keyboard, and currency and then click on the Next button.

Step-4
Then located and click on Repair your computer option.

Step-5
Then click on troubleshoot>advanced options>automatic repair.

Step-6
Then click on next and then windows 10. (or click on the operating system you are using).

Step-7
This process will take time and before starting this process make sure that you have enough time to let the process complete because you have to avoid to stop the process.

3. Use Chkdsk

Another reason for the occurrence of this error is hard disk errors. If you want to overcome this error then follow the steps below.

Step-1

Turn off your computer and insert the bootable USB drive and then turn the computer on.

Step-2
Then click on Repair your computer option which is placed at the bottom left corner of your screen.

Step-3
Then click on the troubleshoot> advanced options and then click on the command prompt.

Step-4
Then type chkdsk/r c: and then press the enter key.

If your bootable drive is other then C then you will replace word C at the time of typing.

Step-5

Then wait until chkdsk command resolves this issue.

Step-6
Restart your computer.

Step-7
Now you can successfully run your computer.

4. Repair Master Boot Record

Step-1

Turn off your computer and restart your computer by using the bootable USB drive.

Step-2
Then your computer will start and then click on the Repair your computer option placed at the bottom of the screen.

Step-3
Then click on the troubleshoot>advanced options> command prompt.

Step-4
Then type bootrec/fixboot and then press enter key.

Step-5
Then wait until the master boot record to be fixed on your computer.

5. Reinstall Windows 10

If you tried all of the methods and all of them failed for you then try this method. In this method, you have to reinstall windows 10 on your system. If you use this method then you will be lost all your data and files. Follow the steps below.

Step-1

Turn off your computer and then restart by using the bootable USB drive.

Step-2
After this, click on the install now button.

Step-3
Then follow the instructions on the screen to reinstall the windows 10 on your computer.

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