Laptop Keep Booting Into Bios- ASUS A455L Windows 10

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I'm having problems with my laptop, which keeps starting up into BIOS. Yesterday, I was playing a game in the laptop with a connected ps4 controller, and after quitting the game, Steam started to hang. Windows gave me the option to 'End Process' and I did, only to give me a BSOD. My laptop restarted and it went into BIOS. Whatever I do in it will only go into it all over again. I changed 'Fast Boot' to disabled and my laptop restarted with 'Repairing hard disk, this may take over an hour to complete'. My laptop suddenly ran out of battery which abruptly ended the process. Connected to a charger now it gives me an option to skip disk check when I start up. I didn't skip and gave it a check. The first time I gave it a check, after it finished it put me into a blue screen with options such as system restore, ect. I just turned off my laptop with the thought that it was already repaired. Turned it back on and it still gave me an option to skip disk check. I did and it stopped in the countdown and hanged for a moment. I waited for a bit and it booted me into a black screen. Now even if I restart and allow the disk check, leaving it for a while the laptop will turn off itself. And trying to push f8/f12 when booting only leads to another black screen.

ASUS A455L
Windows 10
1TB (explains the long disk check)
8GB RAM

*Update*
I went for another scanning and repairing drive and it reached 25% and suddenly it boosted or ended or something and went into a bluescreen with the word 'Recovery' with 3 options, Retry, Advanced Startup and UEFI Firmware Settings. I went for Safe Mode with Command Prompt and when it booted up it went for another Scanning And Repairing Drive.
 

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Error 0xc000000f usually means that the Windows boot installation has either gone corrupt or the hard disk cannot be read.
Try making sure if your is HDD connected properly.

If that's not the issue, try what the answer to this thread recommends: http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2013921/revived-...
I didn't even touch my HDD as my laptop is hard to disassembled. I also get a lot of BSOD with different error code,
BAD_SYSTEM_CONFIG_INFO
REGISTRY_ERROR
BAD_VOLUME SOMETHINGSOMETHING

My SATA only has ACHI and no IDE and am I suppose to get an installation media for window 10 or does a Windows 7 one works too?
 

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Ok so I install the Windows Media Creation Tool and extracted the ISO files to a formatted external HDD. Plugged in the external HDD to my laptop and went to bios, disabled Secure Boot Control, Enabled CSM & PXE OpROM policy. Now I don't know which is my external HDD to boot from. I have 4 boot options which is
P1: HL-DT-ST DVDRAM GUCON
Realtek PXE B02 D00
Windows Boot Manager (P0: TOSHIBA MQ01ABD100)
P0: TOSHIBA MQ01ABD100

P1 gives me a Recovery blue screen while WindowsBM gives me a BSOD which restarts to a recovery blue screen and P0 gives me an 'Exiting PXE ROM'. Reboot and Select proper Boot device or Insert Boot Media in selected Boot device and press a key. What do I do? Is my installation media in my external hdd installed wrongly or the laptop didnt detect the HDD? I don't know which one is even my external hdd.
 
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