Windows systems or laptops use a boot configuration data file (BCD) to set the boot configuration. If the system or laptop’s boot configuration data file is corrupt or missing due to an internal or external problem, Windows will not boot.
Fortunately, there are several solutions to help you get rid of the “Missing BCD File” error on your Windows 10 computer. And in this article, I will list all these solutions.
So, go through these solutions one by one and fix this problem in a few clicks.