1. Joined : Jan 2016
    Posts : 1
    Windows 10
       05 Jan 2016 #1

    Unable to boot into OS/bootable usb/harddrive after failed installatio


    Greetings everyone, I have a dell inspiron 7000 and recently reinstalled windows 10 into my laptop after I received a system thread exception not handled error with a bootable usb. After painstakingly spending a whole day (10 hours) I succeeded in restoring my laptop with windows 10. Nevertheless, I accidentally restarted my laptop while the bootable usb is still in the usb drive and now my laptop does not even load/boot. The screen just freeze trying to load up the OS as in the spinning dots when the windows first loaded up, after 3 dots loaded, the whole screen freezes. in addition, when I try to load up windows repair, it'll load up an extra dot and freezes at 4 loading dots; I can't even load into the harddrive through BIOS. The good thing is that I can still access the BIOS and do diagnostic test and all the stuff from BIOS. Other than that, I'm unable to access my computer.

    I really don't want to buy a new computer because this laptop is really precious to me and I don't want to waste money on getting a new one.
      My System SpecsSystem Spec


  2. Joined : Apr 2015
    Posts : 9,178
    W10Prox64
       05 Jan 2016 #2

    winnerslapper said: View Post
    Greetings everyone, I have a dell inspiron 7000 and recently reinstalled windows 10 into my laptop after I received a system thread exception not handled error with a bootable usb. After painstakingly spending a whole day (10 hours) I succeeded in restoring my laptop with windows 10. Nevertheless, I accidentally restarted my laptop while the bootable usb is still in the usb drive and now my laptop does not even load/boot. The screen just freeze trying to load up the OS as in the spinning dots when the windows first loaded up, after 3 dots loaded, the whole screen freezes. in addition, when I try to load up windows repair, it'll load up an extra dot and freezes at 4 loading dots; I can't even load into the harddrive through BIOS. The good thing is that I can still access the BIOS and do diagnostic test and all the stuff from BIOS. Other than that, I'm unable to access my computer.

    I really don't want to buy a new computer because this laptop is really precious to me and I don't want to waste money on getting a new one.
    Hi winnerslapper and welcome to Tenforums.

    One of our members has developed a custom W10PESE bootable rescue environment:

    Windows 10 Recovery Tools - Bootable Rescue Disk - Windows 10 Forums

    It includes several programs, one of them being Macrium Reflect. In Macrium Reflect, there is an option to "fix boot". See if that helps get you back into your operating system. Please be sure Secure Boot is turned off in your BIOS, and make sure you download the correct bitness (32 or 64) for your system.

    Hope that helps!
      My System SpecsSystem Spec


 


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