If this is your situation, we recommend you try these solutions we detailed for you in this comprehensive guide below, so check them out and see which one suits your particular situation.
How do I fix a Windows 10 PC that doesn’t start up?
1. Confirm that your computer completes the POST process
In many cases where Windows 10 will not boot, the computer may not hand off control of the operating system.
Some users claimed that what helped them in this particular situation was to troubleshoot directly from Safe Mode as we detail in this comprehensive guide.
If you boot your computer and the POST bar fills up completely, then disappears, then it has completed the POST successfully.
2. Disconnect any external devices
Sometimes hardware may interfere with the normal Windows boot process, that’s why sometimes it is recommended that you unplug all your other devices.
Unplug peripherals and gadgets connected to your computers such as a printer, scanner, digital camera, video recorder, USB device, CD/DVD, mp3 player, media card reader, and others.
Keep only your mouse, monitor, and keyboard (if using a PC). Once you do this, unplug the computer from the power outlet on the wall.
You also need to remove the laptop battery, hold the power button down for 10-15 seconds, then plug back the power outlet and restart.
3. Check for the specific error message you get
You can check online about the specific error message you get when Windows 10 is not booting. Such messages include a Blue Screen or Black Screen error, and how to troubleshoot them.
Sometimes these specific errors are generated by corrupted files or out-of-date programs. We recommend you access this article if you want to find out more about how you can fix BSOD.