Repeated Crashes and Boot Errors Apparently Caused by Driver Updates

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  1. Posts : 22,102
    windows 10 professional version 1607 build 14393.969 64 bit
       13 Mar 2018 #61

    Both methods have the command prompt option and that is what can be used for troubleshooting when system restore and startup repair fail.
    When the recovery was created on the computer there could have been some problem with the os or registry that is now on the recovery.
    In contrast the Windows 10 iso download is fresh and may be one less confounding factor in the troubleshooting.

    Download Windows 10
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  2.    15 Mar 2018 #62

    First sequence on command prompt:
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  3.    15 Mar 2018 #63

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    Still no boot. Moving on to the next step.
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    windows 10 professional version 1607 build 14393.969 64 bit
       15 Mar 2018 #64

    The chkdsk /f /r report displayed that there were corrections made in the volume bitmap.

    Run these commands and post images and then continue with the prior steps:
    There was a command for disk 1 but the command for disk 0 seems to have been skipped (steps 24 and 25) for the partition information. These are some additional commands.

    1) diskpart
    2) list disk
    3) select disk 0
    4) list volume
    5) list partition
    6) select partition 1
    7) detail partition
    8) select partition 2
    9) detail partition
    10) select partition 3
    11) detail partition
    12) select partition 4
    13) detail partition
    14) if there are any other partitions on disk 0 continue in the same fashion
    15) exit
    16) continue with prior steps
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  5.    15 Mar 2018 #65

    Last one. And when not booting from USB I still get the same rapid-sequence updating, reverting, restarting.

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  6.    15 Mar 2018 #66

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  7. Posts : 22,102
    windows 10 professional version 1607 build 14393.969 64 bit
       16 Mar 2018 #67

    Scannow displayed no integrity violations.
    Fixmbr >ok
    Fixboot > access denied
    scanos and rebuildbcd total windows installations not in the store = 0


    These are abridged commands:
    bcdedit /export c:\bcdbackup
    attrib c:\boot\bcd -h -r -s
    ren c:\boot\bcd bcd.old
    bootrec /rebuildbcd

    Please use a camera or smart phone camera to take pictures and post images into the thread.
    There are more commands after these steps.



    These are unabridged commands:
    a) type: bootrec /rebuildbcd
    (This searches for windows installations not included in the BCD and then asks if you would like to add to it)
    (It will display that it successfully scanned all installations and the identified installations will be 0 or 1)
    If 0 it displays: Total identified windows installations: 0 The operation completed successfully.
    If 1 it displays: Total identified windows installations: 1 [1] D:\windows Add installation to boot list? Yes/No/All:
    b) for option total identified installations 0 the BCD store exists and first needs to be removed manually and then rebuilt.
    c) type: bcdedit /export c:\bcdbackup
    (This will export the BCD store as a file: bcdbackup (a file extension is not needed)
    (It should display: The operation completed successfully.)
    d) type: attrib c:\boot\bcd -h -r -s
    (This removes the hidden, read only and system attributes from the file BCD)
    (The attributes had restricted the actions on the file and now it can be renamed)
    e) type: ren c:\boot\bcd bcd.old
    (now that it is renamed it should be able to be rebuilt)
    f) type: bootrec /rebuildbcd
    It should display:
    Scanning all disks for Windows installations.
    Please wait, since this may take a while...
    Successfully scanned Windows installations.
    Total identified Windows installations: 1
    [1] D:\Windows
    Add installation to boot list? Yes/No/All:
    g) type: Y
    then enter key
    It should display :
    The operationi completed successfully. (The BCD rebuild is complete.)
    h) reboot

    Please use a camera or smart phone camera to take pictures and post images into the thread.
    There are more commands after these steps.
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  8.    16 Mar 2018 #68

    This is the result.

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  9. Posts : 22,102
    windows 10 professional version 1607 build 14393.969 64 bit
       16 Mar 2018 #69

    1) open command prompt
    2) diskpart
    3) list disk
    4) select disk 0
    5) list volume
    6) select volume 2
    7) assign letter=U:
    8) exit
    9) cd /d U:\efi\microsoft\boot
    10) bootrec /fixoot
    11) ren bcd bcd.old
    12) bcdboot c:\windows /L en-us /s U:all
    13) reboot
    14) diskpart
    15) list disk
    16) list volume
    17) select volume 2
    18) remove letter=U:
    19) exit
    20) reboot
    Please use a camera to take pictures and post images into the thread for the commands and results.
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  10.    16 Mar 2018 #70

    This is up to step 10. I assumed "/fixoot" was a typo and tried "/fixboot." Should I proceed?

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