by Jenefey AaronUpdated on 2019-07-25 / Update for Fix Windows.
Boot issues are common amongst Windows users and the Windows 8 or 8.1 is no exception.
There are many cases where the users of this version of Windows were not able to boot up their systems and they were left in dark.
If you are going through a similar situation and your Windows 8 PC just won't boot-up, you will first want to try a few fixes for yourself and see if they can get your machine back to normal.
If nothing works, you can always go to a professional who can fix your PC for you.
One of the first few things you need to check when your PC won't boot-up is initial power supply.
Make sure your system gets enough power supply to boot up the system and to be able to run it.
If it doesn't get adequate supply, it will not be able to boot the system and hence your system won't load at all.
If you are facing the boot issues after you have recently added a new hardware to your PC, then you will want to unplug it from your system to see whether it is the culprit here or not.
Sometimes an external hardware is just not fully compatible with the system and it causes boot issues which can be fixed by removing the hardware from the system and then rebooting the system.
Sometimes, it's viruses and/or malware that keep you from booting up your PC.
In such a case, doing a normal fix won't do the job.
This kind of issue will require you to run a virus scan on your PC to detect any viruses your PC may have and to remove them from the system.