Windows 10: How to make a not in pace repair installation?
How to make a not in pace repair installation?
Hello, I've a dual boot Windows 8 and Windows 10 pro 64 bit notebook. I've lost - after having installed an application Screencamera - the possibility to boot to Windows 10 (even in Safe node!) so in order to regain access to it I'd try to make a repair installation; the tutorial I've read here is for a repair from within windows; I wonder how to do the same (or how to fix) from outside it? Thank you.
You don't. You can only do a repair when booted from Win 10.
What happens when you try to boot from Win 10 now? Maybe we can help you fix that so a new install will not be necessary.
Hello and thank you for your interest; I got this recursive error message; below its screenshot image
Try option one in this tutorial: SFC Command - Run in Windows 10 - Windows 10 Forums
See if that fixes any missing or defective system files and allows you to boot normally.
I tried your option but I got a message told me I had to restart to end a previous repair; I did it but it keeps on asking me the restart!
I've attached the image below that may be of use; there are two recovery console; when selected they just display the error and try to repair with no result in an infinite loop.
what is corrupt - the windows installation or the boot entry to the OS ???
from RUN type in MSCONFIG
select BOOT tab and post pic..
also post a pic of Disk Management and a note to the OS drive letters
It is impossible to boot then to run from inside Windows 10 the command from you suggested.
you can run from within windows 8.1 ???
Or you can not boot either OS
Here are the screenshots:
Windows 8 is on the C.\ SSD
So D:\ is your windows 10 Installation .. Correct ??
And do you have the new windows 10 setup media (10586) ??
What is on that partition (files and programs) you want to save ? If anything..
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So far I only received a restore point for when I installed a LAN driver and when I make them manually.
Why can't it create more like it used to?
Wondering... Where can I get parts, testing or diagnostic tools, etc. so that I can recover or repair a hdd? How would you go about learning how to do such a thing? Is it stupid to even be considering this?
Windows 10 only makes USB recovery drives. How do I make a DVD repair or recovery drive?