When you see the language options, choose your language and click next. Click on “Repair your computer“. Click on “Troubleshoot“. Click on “Advanced options“. Click on “Command Prompt“. Enter command “diskpart“ Enter command “list volume“ There should be a 100MB volume. Find its volume #. Mine was 2. Enter command “select volume 2“. Replace 2 with your volume #. Enter command “assign letter k“. Enter command “exit“ Enter command “rename k:\efi\microsoft\boot\BCD BCD.bak“. Assuming that Windows is installed in the C partition, enter command “bcdboot c:\windows /s k: /f ALL“. Close the Command Prompt. Click on “Turn off your PC“. Turn your computer back on. Booting may take a bit longer than usual, but your computer should now successfully start! If this guide helped you, please tell me in the comments and share the post!