Windows users have reported that after installing Ubuntu they encounter an error message telling them that they can’t boot Windows. This could be because of a corrupted file and if you want to fix this error by yourself but you’re aren’t an expert at fixing windows error then this article will be a good guide to follow.
How can I fix the error message saying ‘Can’t Boot Windows‘ on Windows 10?
- Press Shift+F10 to start command prompt
- Then type the following command:
Type Select disk [disk number]
Type Clean Convert MBR
- Let the command run and restart the PC
Boot into UEFI mode:
- Reboot your PC and press common boot keys such as F12, Esc, Delete, F2, etc
- Then from the boot menu choose Troubleshoot
- From there select Advanced Options and then UEFI Firmware Settings
- Next, select the UEFI mode and press Enter
- Now you’ll boot in UEFI mode
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