Repair Windows 10 using Automatic Repair
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Repair Windows 10 using Automatic Repair
If your having computer problems like reboot loop or corrupt windows files using Automatic Repair to repair Windows 10 is a good start. Automatic repair or Start up repair can fix, resolve and help recovery of some common issues in windows 10. This solution may not fix all of your PC Boot up problems, but is a good starting point. It can resolve corrupt registry keys and Windows update related issue. Another common computer problem is having a corrupt software driver or program. Running Start-up Repair on your computer can fix problems that keep windows from loading on your computer or laptop. Remember this tool is not a one fix for all tool, it has its limitations, but all is not lost, you have other options open to you like, system restore, System image recovery, Refresh your pc and Reset your PC.
Step 1: Place the CD or USB in your drive and proceed to boot from it
Step 2: When the install screen pops up, look to the bottom left and select “Repair Your Computer”.
Step 3: You will now see a screen that says “Choose an option”. Select “Troubleshoot”, then “Advanced Options”, and then “Start-up repair”.
Remember backing up you’re data on a regular basis can save you s lot of hassle in the long run.
How to Create Windows 10 Recovery Drive | Windows 10 Tutorial
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A Windows 10 Recovery Drive is useful tool when your Windows 10 system run into problems and you don't have Windows 10 Installation Disk or USB Media to boot from. Windows 10 Recovery Disk can help you to troubleshoot your PC, even if your Windows 10 PC won't boot. You need atleast 512MB USB drive to create a Windows 10 Recovery Drive. If you also check the option to Backup System Files on Recovery Drive then you may require up to 8GB to 16GB USB drive. If you also Backup System Files on USB drive then it can help you to Refresh Your PC to a previous state or run other Advanced Recovery Tools which require Windows 10 System Files. Later, if your Windows 10 run into problem then you can boot your PC from Recovery Drive and can troubleshoot the problem.