Windows 10 Reboot Loop after Roll-Back Solved

  1.    16 Aug 2016 #1

    Windows 10 Reboot Loop after Roll-Back

    I had been getting a lot of issues including freezing with the anniversary update. After searching online for the problem, I found out I was not the only one who had it. A fix that was recommended was to Roll-Back to a previous build of Windows 10. I have now done so, but I have ran into a bigger problem, my pc is in an endless reboot-loop. The pc turns on, a dash flickers while scrolling down the screen, then the screen goes black and the pc restarts. This has been happening for about half an hour now. What can I do to finally resolve this issue? Thanks for any help.

    Update #1: I have unplugged everything from my pc including the secondary hard drive, and now whenever I boot from my ssd, I get this message "Reboot and Select proper Boot device"

    Update #2: After finding no solutions, I have now performed a clean install of the OS. I did not want to have to do this since my last clean reinstall was only three months ago, but it was the only thing I could do.
    Last edited by ZJE123; 16 Aug 2016 at 16:00.
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