Windows 10: windows 10 stuck in boot loop, SrtTrail error code 0x82f

  1.    15 Jan 2018 #1

    windows 10 stuck in boot loop, SrtTrail error code 0x82f


    My PC suddenly won't start up anymore, keeps being stuck on the HP logo with the 'loading swirl' playing contiuously.

    I think this must have occured during an update, as I managed to reach the login screen twice last Saturday, and once saw an update being installed. Since then, I've not been able to get past the logo.

    I've used the windows 10 rescue PE to boot up, and managed to download all files and media off it, so that's a relief.

    Things I've tried without success: disable Secure Boot, use the restart option from troubleshooting, disabled the 7th option (with regards to the startup options in windows 10, referring to forcing the drivers)... I've also used some of the tools on the rescue disk (Macrium reflect, the lazersoft recovery software options) - none have improved the situation.

    Does anyone have any ideas on how to fix this? In the SrtTrail.txt the cause of the problem was described as a recently updated binary start-up element has been damaged (part of the update in progress, I presume).
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  2.    15 Jan 2018 #2

    things that once worked for me with more or less this scenario: boot to a windows 10 normal install disc and get to a Command prompt. Google to find the exact instructions, then find the command to load (or fix) bootfiles, on reboot see if windows loads, if not, repeat process, get back to that command prompt, there is also a command to recover a backup registry, have to google that... I'm sitting here recovering from a recent operation and my energy is low. Just an idea. Might not work, but it's one of the things you can try.
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    windows 10 professional version 1607 build 14393.969 64 bit
       15 Jan 2018 #3

    See if you can connect a USB Flash Drive and copy the srttrail.txt file to the USB Flash Drive and post the srttrail.txt into the thread
    This should copy srttrail to the USB flash drive:
    type: copy c:/windows/system32/logfiles/srt/srttrail.txt X:
    replace X: with drive letter assign to USB flash Drive.
    To see which drive letter assign to USB flash drive:
    type: diskpart
    type: list volume
    type: exit




    FIX BOOT using command prompt
    1) Find a flash drive that you can format ( > or + 8 GB)
    2) Make a bootable Windows 10 iso:
    Download Windows 10
    3) Insert the flash drive into any USB port
    4) Power on the computer and repetitively click the applicable keyboard key to open the BIOS boot menu
    (If it is a custom computer then temporarily change the bios boot order so that the eternal USB drive is on top)
    5) select external USB hard drive
    It may take 5 - 10 minutes for the Windows iso to load while viewing the Windows icon
    6) Select language, time, currency, keyboard or click next
    7) Look in the left lower corner and click on "repair your computer". (make sure you do not click on install as this is the method to perform a clean install)
    8) Click troubleshoot
    9) Click system restore and start with the oldest date and keep trying more recent dates. (System restore is likely to fail)
    If system restore fails or if there are no restore points move to the next option
    10) Click startup repair (startup repair is likely to fail)
    If startup repair fails move to command prompt
    11) Click command prompt > Administrator: X:\Windows\system32\cmd.exe > X:\Sources>

    Use a camera or smart phone camera to take pictures and post images of the progress/results.
    Some of the command responses may fill the window so take multiple pictures.

    12) type: bcdedit /enum all
    Click enter to see (Firmware Boot Manager, Windows Boot Manager, Windows Boot Loader, Windows Boot Loader, Resume from Hibernate, Windows Memory Tester, EMS settings, Debugger Settings, RAM defects, Global Settings, Boot Loader Settings, Hypervisor Settings, Resume Loader Settings, Device Options)

    13) type: bcdedit | find "osdevice"
    Click enter to see (osdevice partition=C : (this could display D :

    14) type: chkdsk /r C: (Use the drive letter that was displayed for the partition)
    Click enter to see (The type of file system is NTFS, Stage 1: Examining basic file system structure, Stage 2: Examining file name linkage, State 3: Examining security descriptors, Stage 4: Looking for bad clusters in user file data, Stage 5: Looking for bad free clusters) This may take a while to complete)

    15) type: sfc /scannow /offbootdir=G:\ /offwindir=G:\windows (Use the drive letter that was displayed in the partition for each letter G) (When typing this command there is a space between \ /)
    Click enter to see (Beginning system scan. This process will take some time.)

    16) type: bootrec /fixmbr
    Click enter to see (The operation completed successfully)

    17) type: bootrec /fixboot
    Click enter to see (The operation completed successfully)

    18) type: bootrec /scanos
    Click enter to see (Scanning all disks for Windows installations; Please wait, since this may take a while.........Successfully scanned Windows installations. Total identified Windows installations: 0; The operation completed successfully) (This may display 0 or 1)

    19) type: bootrec /rebuildbcd
    Click enter to see (Scanning all disks for Windows installations; Please wait, since this may take a while.........Successfully scanned Windows installations. Total identified Windows installations: 0; The operation completed successfully) (This may display 0 or 1)

    20) type: exit
    21) Click Turn off your PC
    22) Power on
    23) Make a brand new restore point
    24) Make a backup image using Macrium:
    Macrium Software | Macrium Reflect Free
    25) Save the backup image to another drive or to the cloud.
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