UNMOUNTABLE BOOT VOLUME WINDOWS 10 [FIX]

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If you face an error Unmountable Boot Volume that shows on your system with a blue screen. This error mostly occurs in the case when your window is not properly loaded, basically boot volume is related to your hard drive partitions when any file corrupt or damaged on your hard drive or windows then you face this error that shows on screen with a message.

In this post, we will provide the best and easiest solution to solving the problem of Unmountable boot volume.

SOLUTION 1: RESTART YOUR COMPUTER

The first step which you should be applied when you face any problem related to the system is nothing do except restart your computer. Sometimes, many problems are solved only restarting system because windows run into a temporary hiccup. More chances are that computer recovers the problem in restarting process however, if the problem still remains and not solving then you need to follow the troubleshooting instructions in detail.

SOLUTION 2: REPAIR YOUR SYSTEM

  • Boot your system using a USB drive or Windows 10 CD.
  • When boot starts windows setup screen show select Repair your computer option which is shown on the bottom left on the screen.
  • Now choose an options menu to select troubleshoot and then click next.
  • In advance options menu choose Startup Repair.
  • Select Windows 10 in startup Repair menu.

After that system repair started, system repair problem automatically for you and solve it. Wait a few minutes until your system restart.

SOLUTION 3: REPAIR MASTER BOOT RECORD USING COMMAND PROMPT

Master Boot Record (MBR) architecture and location of the operating system that contains all information related to hard drive partitions files and helps the windows system to load these files properly. If any file damage or corrupted then it leads to an error unmountable boot volume with the blue screen.

So, we can solve this problem by repairing the MBR using the command prompt.

  • Boot your system using any Windows 10 installation media.
  • Choose Repair your computer option the bottom left on the screen.
  • Go to the troubleshoot and then Advance option.
  • In advance, option select Command Prompt and open it.
  • Type following command in the command prompt bootrec /fixmbr and then press Enter.

It will immediately repair MBR.

Once it complete, to attempt additional repairs run at a time following commands bootrec /fixboot and bootrec /rebuildbcd.

  • Now at the end of the command prompt exit and close it. Now reboot again your system and check error remove or not.

SOLUTION 4: REINSTALL WINDOWS 10

If all the above solutions not working and your problem does not fix then the only solution is that reinstall your window again.

  • Press the power button and shut down your computer.
  • Using CD or USB drive for installation windows 10 on your system.
  • When boot your system an install now button show on the screen click it
  • Now follow the step by step instruction and click next to reinstall windows 10.