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  1.    29 Dec 2016 #11
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    I used F12 to get into the boot menu and chose CD-ROM and then it continued booting into windows. Are you saying to actually change the boot order in the BIOS (delete key) rather then temporarily in boot menu from F12?

    I did turn off fast boot and secure boot is disabled in BIOS.
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  2.    29 Dec 2016 #12
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    Windows 10 Professional

    Disabling secure boot in the UEFI can cause the operating system to no longer boot. It sounds likely that the recovery disc you made uses BIOS/Legacy booting to load, but your computer was set to use secure boot.

    Did you try to boot from CD-ROM and USB-CDROM?

    It's possible that the recovery media did not place or burn the files correctly...may we see the contents of the disc in Windows File Explorer?

    And just to rule it out...are you sure it didn't just look like it was booting back into Windows? Is it possible that the recovery disc, when booting, just looks like a regular Windows installation booting?
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  3.    29 Dec 2016 #13
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    I don't know that this is a UEFI system. I don't see anything written under disk management.

    The fast boot (sorry it's not called secure boot) in BIOS is disabled and is so by default.

    The fast startup in power options is disabled when I try the rescue disk.

    I did try CD-ROM and USB CD-ROM.

    Attached is a picture of the files on the CD-R

    I did wait to see the desktop when it failed to boot from the CD-R
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Rescuedisk.jpg  
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  4.    29 Dec 2016 #14
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    The CD looks correct. One thing you can try is with the CD in the drive, click on the power icon, hold down the shift key and click on Restart. On the troubleshooting menu that comes up, click on boot from device and then select the CD/DVD rom drive.

    https://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/...dows-10-a.html
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  5.    30 Dec 2016 #15
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    I don't see the option boot from device under advanced options. Would it now be called something else?
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  6.    30 Dec 2016 #16
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alicia J View Post
    I tried F12 when booting up PC and got a screen called Boot Menu. C drive has a plus sign beside it.
    Quote Originally Posted by Alicia J View Post
    The choices I have are:

    Floppy
    LS120 HD
    Legacy LAN
    CDROM
    ZIP
    USB-CDROM
    USB-FDD
    USB-ZIP
    USB-HDD

    And of course C drive
    SOURCE: USB "Boot Menu" Phoenix Award BIOS | USB Pen Drive Linux

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    3. Use the arrow keys to select the Hard Disk option from the menu and press Enter to accept.

    You should now see a menu similar to that shown below:

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    4. Your USB device should be listed. Use the arrow keys to select your USB Disk then press enter.
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  7.    30 Dec 2016 #17
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    The PROBLEM is you are using a DVD-RW disk..... Or at least so named drive..

    Use DVD-R...

    The DVD-RW (Rewrite) will not finalize and thus is not bootable

    Would Suggest using a FAT32 Formatted USB Stick
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  8.    30 Dec 2016 #18

    The ISO file does not fit on a 700mb CD-R; I just tried that yesterday, so you definitely don't have a bootable CD if this is the size you used.

    Are there CD sizes larger than the standard 700 mb? I don't know. Try using a flash drive.
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  9.    30 Dec 2016 #19
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    First I tried a CD-R and it actually shows all the files on it. I also tried a DVD-R (Not RW sorry).
    I will try using another optical drive or a USB stick and report back.

    Ok I used a USB stick (NTFS is what I had available) and it booted up from that with no issues!
    I tried another optical drive (USB connection) and it did not work, it just booted into windows.

    I don't know why it won't boot from a disk, but at least I have a USB stick that works.

    Thanks everyone for all your help.
    Last edited by Alicia J; 30 Dec 2016 at 10:21.
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  10.    04 Jan 2017 #20
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    Hm, unsure of why it wouldn't boot into the disc...

    Perhaps it could be related to the 4 flash drives that are plugged into the computer?

    I would try unplugging all other media from the computer and trying again to boot from the CD. It seems you got it worked out by using a flash drive, but it could be something to check if you like for future reference.
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