Windows startup problems may cause your computer to malfunction. This problem may arise as a result of a bad Windows installation, outdated drivers, registry corruption, corrupt system files, and obsolete software.
- The Windows Startup problems are basically caused by incompatible software.
- Start the troubleshooting process by running the Windows Startup Repair Tool.
Run Startup Repair
- Press the Windows key + X and select Power from the options.
- Choose the Restart Now option.
- Now, wait until the PC restarts, and you should see the Startup Repair screen.
- Follow the instructions on the screen to complete the process.
Run SFC and DISM scans
- The System File Checker and DISM scans might fix some startup problems. First, open the Run accessory by clicking the Windows key + R hotkey.
- Enter sfc /scannow in the Run text box, and click the OK button.
- Next, input dism /online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth in the Run dialog box, and click the OK button.
- Then, press the Windows key + S hotkey, enter sfc /scannow in the text box, and click the OK button.
- Lastly, input dism /online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth in the Run dialog box, and click the OK button.
Use System Restore
- Update the BIOS
- Update the BIOS (again)
- Remove the battery and USB from the keyboard
- Disable the Windows Fast Startup
- Delete the Windows.old partition
- Press CTRL + ALT + DEL
- Change power plans
- Scan the system for viruses
- Run a System File Checker
- First, open Windows Search with the Windows key + S key combination.
- Enter DISM in the search box and open Command prompt with the most relevant result.
- Then enter the sfc /scannow command.
- Press the Enter key to run DISM’s SFC scan.
- After the DISM scan is finished, the System file checker utility can repair any corrupted system files.
- Press the Enter key after running the sfc /scannow command.
Install some Intel drivers
- Right-click Start then open Device Manager.
- Locate your graphics card and double-click it to expand it.
- Right-click on Intel Graphics Driver and select Uninstall device.
- Enter your password if it requires one and confirm the uninstallation.
- Restart your PC and see if the no graphics device found error is resolved.
Use System File Checker
Open Command prompt as an administrator.
When Command prompt opens, run the following commands sfc/scannow sfc /scannow sfc /scannow
- Wait for the scanning process to complete.