This tutorial works on all brand laptop /desktop working at windows platform. Follow these steps to fix your issue.
If you are getting the error "No Bootable device found"after updating Acer bios from 1.00 to 1.05 then follow these steps :
Forced shutdown your system by pressing the power key for little longer.
Now restart your laptop/desktop.
Press F2 key repeatedly and go to BIOS setup.
Now go into main and F12 Boot Menu: Enable.
Now to go Boot option/menu and change the boot mode from UEFI to Legacy.
Press F10 key and save and exit.
And now reboot your system
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In most cases, the issue of no bootable could get caused by the USB devices that you are using. So, the best way to deal with the issue is by disconnecting all the in-use USB peripherals. Also, you need to make sure that you plug out your USB keyboard and mouse as well to get rid of the problem.
Moreover, the problem of no bootable device can also get caused by loose cables. So, you need to get the computer sure that you have the wires of your computer tightened when you are dealing with the problem. The first thing you can do is turning off your computer and then checking all the SATA cables and their connection with the hard drive and the motherboard.
Because the problem of ‘no bootable device Acer laptop fix’ in Acer might also be the reasons for the faulty hard drive, you need to set the right hard drive.
The steps to set the hard drive are
- Power off your Acer device by holding the power button for 5 seconds
- Long press the arrow button and then click the Boot tab.
- Then, go to the Exit tab in the BIOS utility.
- Choose the ‘Exit Saving Changes’
- Then, follow the steps and restart your computer.
And, you will get the desired results.
MBR is the sector in had which has the information about the load of the OS and the hard disk. The loss in the MBR will lead to bootable problems. Here is the command prompts for the ‘no bootable problem Acer laptop fix.’
- Bootrec /rebuildbcd
- Bootrec /scanos
- Bootrec/ fixboot
- Bootrec /fixmbr
After you get done with the commands and your problem does not get fixed yet, you should try the following.
- bcdedit /export C:BCD_Backup
- cd boot
- attrib bcd -s -h -r
- ren c:bootbcd bcd.old
- bootrec /RebuildBcd
Hence you can fix the problem of no bootable device Acer windows 8.
While ‘no bootable device Acer laptop fix’ requires the installation of Windows CD, you can sometimes do it without using CD too. For that, you need to create an environment. To create an environment for MBR, you need to follow these simple steps.
- At first, download the freeware and then install it on your computer.
- Run AQMEI and then click on the make bootable media wizard.
- Then, insert the bootable USB
- You’ll see the option to rebuild MBR. Click on it.
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It sounds like there is a defect in your power supply that is damaging your hard drive. Can you test your other components and see where the problem is coming from. Have you tried posting your question on the official Acer support forums: https://www.acer.com/ac/en/US/
by Abraham Andres Luna
@lukecetion, what do you mean the original HDD was "defect to some degree"? Have you run a recovery disc like http://www.hirensbootcd.org/? Hirens has hard drive diagnostic tools, master boot record tools, antivirus software, etc.
by Tim D
Hi @lukecetion ,
Is the HDD being detected in BIOS, you never said?
@jayeff Yes, it is being detected.
Hi @lukecetion ,
If UEFI is enabled, what options are available in BIOS for the boot sequence?
Don't know your laptop or BIOS but can you add a boot option at all to the list of options?
Perhaps one that shows Win 10 HDD or Win 10 USB for example.
Just a thought.
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