1.    10 May 2017 #1
    Join Date : May 2017
    Posts : 1
    Windows 10 Pro

    BSOD while using Windows 10 recovery tool


    Hi guys i'm a new user here and not very much experienced with computers. i only have the basic understandings of things. I didn't know where to post this since it's multiple issues so here goes.About 3 days ago my pc BSOD while listening music and running fm17 on the background. I restarted it and since then it has been automatic repair loop. So i decided to do a repair throught the installation iso you get from microsoft, mine is the home single edition 64 bit. So i did all that and made a bootable usb with the media center tool for microsoft and after fiddeling in the bios to make the usb work i managed to get to the setup screen for once other times it was stuck in a purple/blue screen with mouse still moving but nothing is showing up. I tried to do the repair first rebooted my pc but it came up with another error missing file boot\BCD something like that so i searched it and found a fix and again i wasn't able to access the setup screen to go to repair option but the shift+10 works so i used it to the the diskpart command lines to fix the boot but i ended up messing things up in the usb drive itself(i still am not sure what i did wrong, stupid me). Now i downloaded the win10 recovery tool from here to try to fix the boot issues i have been having but to no avail here are the issues im facing sorry for the long story 1. I made a bootable usb with the recovery tool through rufus i have a 4gb pen drive. Settings i used are MRB partition for bios and uefi, partition as fat32 and the other usual stuffs. Now it works but the issue is after the windows splash screen it's black screen a light blue screen flashes for a sec though. Keyboard mouse still working. But the strange thing is if i remove my Hard drive it boots completely but it BSOD after 3-4 mins. I can't for the life of me figure it out have been searching the net for 2-3 days.Windows 10 Forums. 2nd thing is both my Kingston fury rams are working fine and so are the sockets but they refuse to work together strange cos they used to work together.I also can't install windows since windows refuses to boot with my hard drive and also can't fix the boot bcd file. Any help would be really appreciated guys i finally decided to post cos i think i came as far as i could and it's time to ask for help https://cdn.tenforums.com/images/smilies/001.png
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  2.    10 May 2017 #2
    Join Date : Aug 2016
    S/E England
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    10 Home x64 (1709) (10 Pro on 2nd pc)

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