After updates, computer refuses to reboot. Need help.


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    Windows 10 Pro
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    After updates, computer refuses to reboot. Need help.


    I am lost as to what to do at this point. The system will not run sfc scan now. It will just say it cannot complete this operation. I have done chkdsk C: /f /r /x and it shows all kinds of corruptions and then says Failed to lo transfer logged messages to event log. "Status 50"

    Microsoft Remote assistance assisted me in reinstalling windows 10 without data loss. That did no fix the issue. It seems that when ever Windows 10 updates, I will get blue screen of death on the next boot after. It will say it cannot find an operating system.

    I also get this error after windows update and failed reboot. System failed to extract the file H:\windows\syswow64\migration\bthmigplugin.dll

    I have been at this for weeks! I really cannot afford a clean install of Windows. Does it look helpless guys? Any suggestions would be appreciated.

    If anyone is up to solving this with me and earning "Mystery of the Ages" Master computer guru award! Please help!

    I had posted in another thread about the BCD, as I thought that maybe my registry was pointing in the wrong place, but members told me that doesn't seem to be the issue. Attached a screen shot of my Disk Management. Just in case there is something you can spot that looks wrong.
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    Last edited by CaseyFallen; 18 Aug 2016 at 12:55.
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  2. Posts : 13
    Windows 10 Pro
    Thread Starter
       #2

    Windows 10 reinstall fixed the issue. I do have another issue. It appears that there are two Intel Management Engine Components installed. They are different versions. May have been the cause of all these issues. I notice after the Windows 10 reinstall. The program no longer launches.

    I will try to find the appropriate thread for more help with this. Thank you all for the help!
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