Booting issue

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    hummer77

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    Once in a while I am having a booting (cold or warm) problem.
    Generally, when I hit the power button in the morning, windows 10 Any boots well.
    Once in a while, I am getting a black screen.

    In that case, I perform a sort of power flea.
    Disconnect all cables from tower.
    After 5 min, cables are reconnected to the tower.
    Then, it boots nicely.
    It happens once in a while.
    I have no clues why this happens.
    Any suggestion would be appreciated.
     
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    BentGrass

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    I'd replace your internet cable first and see how it goes for awhile. Sounds like a transient problem. It could be your BIOS maybe the issue, check to make sure you're booting to the correct drive. Other than those I's suspect maybe a board problem. Dunno.
     
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    Wolfie

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    Hi hummer77,

    do you have the PC set to sleep?, that causes problems for me at least, I disable this function and just switch off the monitor when I want to leave the PC alone for 10 mins!. :):):)

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    Disable fast boot. Go to Control Panel then Power Options. On the left, select "Choose what the power buttons do". Then select "Change settings that are currently unavailable". Uncheck "Turn on fast startup". Click "Save changes".
     
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