Windows 10: Screen won't start
Ok.it worked without ios file
But my c drive is locked
I can't access it
What happened after you loaded the ISO file?
I can't load anything its saying that I can't access this file
Iam trying to restore
It's saying that ur windows crached
For my understanding so far,
RC: You changed the security permissions for your entire C:\ directory and prevented all access.
Windows then crashed, and would not start.
You've now restarted it and run the automatic repair?
Currently, you are in Windows, however you cannot access any of the files in the C:\ directory?
Is that correct?
If this is the case, you can try following this guide - Take Ownership - Add to Context Menu in Windows 10 - Windows 10 Forums
Which will enable you to gain access to your files / folders once more. However! Do not take ownership of the Windows folder, else you will lock the system again.
Its not working
It's saying windows cannot access
What's not working? What are you trying to access?
So this means that Windows boots up and everything is working exactly as it should? I am glad that you got your system working again.
Ya but I can't play. I can't open any program I can't even open the windows recovery so I can recover the hard drive,
Can you take some screenshots of the errors are seeing please? This would help with analysis.
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Looked around and didn't see this exact piece of news in any threads. Lock me if old.
Imo, I just hope they won't still try to make live tiles down our throats. That's my biggest hunch about the rumored Win8 Update 2 Start Menu.