Windows 10: Windows 10 booting up shows contro f raid
Windows 10 booting up shows contro f raid
My computer automatic installed windows 10 newest version AU and now I get control f raid when booting up. It goes so fast that you do not get a chance to do a control f, the computer then shows a blue window image and just stays there no spinning wheel or anything else. I have to reboot it and then it takes a long time to boot up and show the welcome user screen. Before the new update the computer was fine, what can I do to correct this problem i have not installed any programs. This computer came with only Win10 installed. Also need to make a recovery disk.
Thanks for your help in advance
Check BIOS and see if SATA controller is in RAID mode. Should be AHCI for SSD or ID/Legacy for HDD.
Thank you for answering, I restored a earlier version of Windows 10pro that came on the system and had to go out of town. Upon returning and powering up the system it did a upgrade now I have a worst problem. The system will boot to the desktop and freeze. I tried to use the windows key but nothing happens, I can do a right click and get a menu to come up but not with the windows key, ctl+alt+del brings up task manager I can get to system and look at different items on it. One thing that I did was open system protection but I can not get into system restore the system restore key is grayed out and so is the rest of the keys except OK has a blue square around it, I can do left and right click on news but it will not open, I can not access the internet but can open a couple of programs I installed when I first got the computer. Help.
Thanks in advance,
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