Last Updated on February 17, 2019 by Admin
A technician is trying to fix a Windows 7 computer that displays an “Invalid Boot Disk” error after POST. What is a possible cause of the error?
- The boot.ini file is corrupt.
- The ntldr.exe file is corrupt.
- The ntdetect.com file is corrupt.
- The boot order is not set correctly in the BIOS.
If a booting media does not have an operating system or the boot order is not set correctly in BIOS setup, a computer cannot locate an OS, and thus cannot boot.