Windows 10: Caught in 64% loop. Really confused on how to fix it.

  1.    18 Dec 2016 #1

    Caught in 64% loop. Really confused on how to fix it.


    I'm new here so I hope someone will take pity on a noob who's confused and frustrated.

    I've got Windows 10 64 bit on my Toshiba Qosimo X-70. I sold it so I used the Windows 10 settings to try to wipe my files and reset Windows. It got caught in a loop and stuck at 46%. I fixed that problem by editing the registry. So it at least started to reinstall Windows and my drivers. But then it got caught in a loop at 64%.

    Will downloading the Windows 10 ISO from Microsoft fix my issue or should I just go buy a copy of Windows Home 64 bit and reinstall? I don't have another laptop so I'd be trying to use the ISO from a USB drive.
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  2.    18 Dec 2016 #2

    Just run the ISO download and tell it to not keep your files and programs when you run the installer.
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  3.    18 Dec 2016 #3

    - how long did you wait at 64%, as I recall it can takes ages..??
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  4.    19 Dec 2016 #4

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    I'm having the same problem on my acer aspire laptop. I reset it and it's stuck in a loop. I can't use the console thing because it shows 64% for about 2 seconds. I don't have any Windows 10 on disks or usb so that is out of the question. There is just a menu that pops up when I press F2. Please help.
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