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How to Fix Unmountable Boot Volume Error in Windows 10

Unmountable Boot Volume error is the worst issue happens when a user install windows 10 in your PC(Personal Computer) or Laptop. Suppose a computer greek or professional installs windows 10 and he get unmountable boot volume error while booting PC and he can not access to view or open files and data stored in hard, in such conditions he/she has only one option to restart the windows. If you are facing “Unmountable Boot volume error” what your should do??

Unmountable Boot Volume Error in Windows 10
It is not big hurdle to tackle the such kind of warning, but mostly computer end users get confused when they do face such type of unexpected error. Keep reading out complete article to get the solution for Unmountable boot error.

Why Unmountable Boot Volume Error in Windows 10 ?

Unmountable Boot Volume error is usually caused by corruption of files on your hard disk, Corrupted system files, Damaged RAM or due to a Damaged Hard Drive on older computers.

Although some users have reported encountering Unmountable Boot Volume error following a Windows update, this error can occur without any reason, as you are trying to start your Computer.

How to Fix Unmountable Boot Volume Error in Windows 10

Although there are many tricks to resolve Unmountable Boot error, but we have tried to find out best solution for users easiness. So, here are few Tricks that user can apply to restrain it.

1) First Fix:”Chkdsk”

  • First of all, start your PC using a windows 10 DVD or a USB drive.
  • If you have no any windows 10 media tools then first install “Windows 10 Media Tools” from google.
    After installing tools, Follow these steps:
  • After starting device, select the “Repair your Computer” Option which will be located at the bottom-left corner.
  • Open the “Command Prompt”.
  • At Command Prompt, Type this command on cmd chkdsk /r c: ->
  • Here “c” specifies the disk name. If You have another name of your bootable drive then replace “c” with the name of your bootable drive.
  • Now hit the button name “Enter”
  • Now Choose “y” for yes on the questions that indicates the checking the disk the next time system reboot.
    Reboot/Restart the system.
  • Wait for a while. Until chkdsk checks your drive for errors. It can also take a long time for checking.

2) Second Fix:”MBR”

The second method to fix “Unmountable Boot Error in windows 10” is MBR. MBR stands for “Master Boot Record”.

  • First of all, start your PC using a windows 10 DVD or a USB drive.
  • If you have no any windows 10 media tools then first install “Windows 10 Media Tools” from google.
    After installing tools, Follow these steps:
  • After starting device, select the “Repair your Computer” Option which will be located at the bottom-left corner.
  • Select “Command Prompt”.
  • At Command Prompt, Type this command on cmd bootrec /fixboot and press the “Enter” button.
  • Reboot/Restart the system. Wait for a while. Until chkdsk checks your drive for errors. It can also take a long time for checking.

3) Third Fix: “Automatic Repair”

The next method to Fix Unmountable Boot Volume Error is Automatic Repair. When you install Windows 10 then you get this option, usually if you want to update windows file rather to go for new windows installation.

Automatic Repair usually finds out missing system files or corrupted file on your windows drive and replaces that with new ones. So follow the below step to Automatic Repair windows 10.

  • First of all, start your PC using a windows 10 DVD or a USB drive.
  • If you have no any windows 10 media tools then first install “Windows 10 Media Tools” from google.
    After installing tools, Follow these steps:
  • After starting device, select the “Repair your Computer” Option which will be located at the bottom-left corner.
  • Navigate through the options “Troubleshoot”>”Advanced Option”>”Automatic Repair”>”Next”
  • Select the OS (Operating System) you want to repair.
  • Wait For a while until utility attempts to repair the files.

Related: This copy of Windows is not Genuine 
Hope that above solutions will resolve your issue of Unmountable boot volume error, if suggested solutions do not work properly then you should try to reinstall windows 10 and activate it with proper key registered with your email or phone number.  Else you may have a bad sectors issue on your hard disk that requires replacement.