Are you seeking a way to stop Windows 10 from booting via the boot manager? Then this information may be beneficial to you. We’re going to talk about some solutions to the issue.
Windows Boot Manager
The Windows boot manager is a file created by Windows that instructs the rest of the machine on how to operate. The location of that file is stored in the bios’ ROM (Read-only memory), and the boot manager then steps in to ensure that the OS is loading the correct files and knows where to look for them on the drive.
How To Solve
1. Should the Windows Boot Manager be the first boot option in the BIOS? Yes, if you simply intend to boot Windows. If you want to reinstall Windows or install a non-Windows OS from a DVD, USB, or network, you’ll need to move the Windows Boot Manager to the bottom of the Boot Devices list so that other devices can be examined for boot media first. If the boot manager cannot find any other boot media on DVD, USB, or the network, Windows Boot will be used.
2. Removing the hard drive and replacing the hard drive’s cable with the SSD could help. Because it’s an EFI installation, you’ll only be able to boot using the Windows Boot Manager.
There’s a chance the hard drive still has boot code on it that’s interfering. I’d move the data off and delete the boot and partition codes with Diskpart Clean Command, then repartition in Disk Management:
If it causes problems, wipe the hard drive from the bootable media by hitting the Shift + F10 keys together at the first screen of Command Prompt.
3. Remove the Boot Menu on the MSConfig >Boot tab by typing MSConfig in the Start search box. To delete the non-default entry, select it and click Delete. Disable the boot timeout.
These are our basic recommendations on the subject. We hope that the solutions we provided in this post were at the very least of some assistance to you.