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Ah, INACCESSIBLE BOOT DEVICE seems to be a windows 10 favourite... The first possible solution is outlined below, with an extra twist in case you need it. It seems to work for most people, but as your circumstances are slightly different we will have to see: At the blue screen where the error appears, click Advanced Options Click Troubleshoot Look for an ...


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Windows does not support boot from a USB disk. Instead of booting directly from the external disk, you could use VirtualBox to build a virtual machine that boots from the external USB disk. Here is one reference among the many that can be found : Using a Physical Hard Drive with a VirtualBox VM.


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BSoD error 0xC000000E stands for the following error: 0xC000000E - The system has failed to start because a required device is inaccessible. The reason for this error to occur can be due to several reasons. The external harddrive is malfunctioning With the external harddrive attached, a driveletter is assigned that causes your normal harddrive letter to ...


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I have no definitive solution, but I do have some observations: The page you reference was written in 2010 and last updated in 2013. Thus, it's rather stale and may be completely inapplicable to Ubuntu 16.04. The diskutil list output on the converted disk shows that it uses the Apple_partition_scheme -- That is, Apple's APM partition table format, not GPT. ...


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I wonder if there is anyway I can make this system boot. Easy. Turn on power. Done. The system should start, run its firmware (probably BIOS given the age of the system) and try to load the bootloader from whichever target is configured in the BIOS. Now, without graphics this is where it get tricky. Most BIOS implementations on consumer motherboards ...


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When you are at your login screen, try switching your USB devices to different ports. If your devices were disabled in Windows somehow, swapping them to a new port should cause them to be re-enabled. Windows generally disables USB devices based off what the device is, and what port it is plugged into. Plugging into a new port should allow you to regain use ...



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