computer rest not working bios not found

December 31, 2019 at 18:59:59
Specs: Windows 10
hi i just fixed my computer after it not being broke for about a year when I did this it started up normally at first, I had to turn it off and move it to another room so I had better wifi when I did that it said it ran into a problem i thought ok its just been off for a while but no, no matter what i did it never turned on i tried resting it in advance settings with and with out files using an old file back up but nothing so i thought ill do what i did when the computer was given to me and use a usb to force reset it that way and nothing! it kept saying no possible bios found im no tech person by anymeans so i can honestly say i have no idea what im doing and i have no money to bring it so a little help would be great

i just looked up an error code i got it says
"System Restore error 0x80070017. This error translates to a CRC Error which means that the files that are being copied from the disk are not making it to the hard drive. This means while copying the files to the destination drive; it has been corrupted." i have no idea how to fix this or where to bigin

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December 31, 2019 at 19:04:41
Do you have all your important stuff backed up?

To use a boot disk, you have to change the bios to boot from the usb first.
In other words, with the usb inserted, you start the comp & go into the bios & change the boot order.

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December 31, 2019 at 19:06:53
Best we have the EXACT model of the comp.

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December 31, 2019 at 19:59:36
CRC error means Cyclic Redundancy Check. This usually happens when the data can't be read.

So most likely the device you are trying to copy the backup files from is damaged and can't be read.

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January 1, 2020 at 07:40:45
Try something easy first:
Unplug the computer, if a laptop remove the main battery, press the power button 2 or 3 times. Plug it in (or replace the battery) and try again.
This dissipates any remaining current in capacitors to clear out anything stuck in the memory.
Simple and always worth a try when something unexplainable and weird happens like this.

You have to be a little bit crazy to keep you from going insane.

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