Windows 10: Windows 10 system restore issues

  1.    10 Aug 2016 #1

    Windows 10 system restore issues


    I've recently system restored my pc, but am experiencing difficulties in setting everything back up. I am asked for my location, timezone, whether I want express settings etc. However once I complete these steps my pc will load as if to proceed, reset and then ask for the exact same things. Any help will be really appreciated, cheers.
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  2.    10 Aug 2016 #2

    It has been a known issue with OOB setup if an OEM installation is done. As OEM bloatware doesnt allow to complete the OOB setup.
    Disable secure boot if that fixes your problem.. If no go try these steps.

    1. Either boot from a windows DVD or windows 10 USB..
    If you dont have any of those... Try to crash the computer by powering off as soon as it starts loading windows (moving dots) 3 times..
    2. If you are crashing you system jump to step 4
    3.. Choose repair your computer if you are booting from a DVD...
    4. Troubleshoot>> Advanced Options... and choose startup repair. If not resolved
    5. Same steps and choose > System restore.. If you face the same issue after a system restore.
    5. Try to reset without Losing files.. It will delete all the programs though.
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  3.    11 Aug 2016 #3

    Thanks for the reply.

    I'm struggling to actually get the option to disable secure boot, to my knowledge you hold shift upon resetting but am having no luck. I'm able to get up the start-up settings if that's of any use. My knowledge on PCs isn't fantastic though so I'm not completely sure on what these 9 settings do outside of enabling safe mode, which a friend said to try but I had no luck with that.

    As for resetting as the Windows icon is loading I'm given a screen that says error code: 0xc0000001.
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    W10Prox64
       11 Aug 2016 #4

    Hi.
    Secure Boot is a setting in the BIOS. Fast Startup is a setting in the Windows OS.
    Without having any system specs filled out in your profile, it's very difficult to help you.


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    Error code 0xc0000001 usually indicates a problem with the hard drive itself. You can have a read here as an example:
    Windows 8 BSOD - Windows 8 and Windows 8.1
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  5.    11 Aug 2016 #5

    I did contact my Pc manufacturer the same time I made this post and appear to have solved the problem anyway. Once I can confirm I'll quote / print screen a copy of the email I received for the benefit of anyone else struggling with this problem. Thank you for your reply though. :]
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    W10Prox64
       11 Aug 2016 #6

    Nyandroo said: View Post
    I did contact my Pc manufacturer the same time I made this post and appear to have solved the problem anyway. Once I can confirm I'll quote / print screen a copy of the email I received for the benefit of anyone else struggling with this problem. Thank you for your reply though. :]
    Okay sounds good.
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