How do I fix a Windows 11 boot error?

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  • To begin, connect the DVD or USB drive to the PC and boot from the ISO image of Windows 11.
  • To see the following window, you must now click Next. Select 'Repair the computer' from the drop-down menu.
  • Under Windows 11 Advance Settings, we'll find a number of administration options. Select 'Troubleshoot' from the drop-down menu, then 'Command Prompt.'
  • In a unique administration mode, the CMD console will open.  Run 'diskpart,' which is the disc and partition management software in Windows 11
  • After that, use the command to choose the current disc: disc 0 sel
  • Once you've made your selection, use the command to list the current volumes: list of volumes
  • We can see multiple volumes depending on how the hard drive is partitioned in Windows 11, and we'll use the command: to pick the volume where the Windows 11 boot is housed. # of volume selection
  • We'll assign a letter to the unit once it's been chosen; to do so, type: assign letter = 'letter'
  • 'exit' should be used to leave Diskpart.
  • Now use 'dir' to list the contents of the drive where the bootloader is located.
  • Execute the following commands to rebuild the Windows 11 boot: \Windows /l en-us /s v: /f all
  • To exit the console, type 'exit' and then turn off the computer.
  • Turn on the machine after removing the medium containing the Windows 11 ISO.