Win 10 installation problem

  1. Posts : 2
    Win 10

    Win 10 installation problem

    I have a toshiba satellite computer.
    a week ago the computer got into the automatic repair loop.
    After trying some methods i understood that my only option is to clean install win 10 again.
    So, i used Rufus to make a bootable usb and when the installation got atarted i chose repair.
    Since than the installation doesnt want to go up again.
    I choose the usb in the boot menu, than it loads in the 3 dots screen and than it resets.
    I tried to burn the usb again with the creation tool and it didnt work either. Tried to reset the bios settings to default.

    Thank you,
      My Computer

  2. Posts : 25,107
    10 Home x64 (21H2) (10 Pro on 2nd pc)

    Welcome to TenForums @Arnon hamou

    It would help if you put the exact model of your Toshiba Satellite in your system specs. You can do that here:

    You may yet be able to rescue your system. There are a number of Solved threads on that subject here in TenForums. A search for them finds these:

    If you do have to do a clean install in the end it's better use the Media Creation Tool to make the install USB. Too many others have found Rufus to be unsatisfactory. If you already have the ISO downloaded even better, use this more reliable method to make the USB. See Option Four in this tutorial.

    Create Bootable USB Flash Drive to Install Windows 10

    It's how I always make my USBs, and my Toshiba Satellite (Sytem One in My Computers below) has never failed to boot from them.

    You may be able to get out of the automatic repair loop and enable the usb to boot again (or even get back to Windows) by using the hard reset trick to boot to Advanced Startup, Option Six in this tutorial.

    Boot to Advanced Startup Options in Windows 10

    If so, I suggest you try booting to Safe Mode rather than trying the repairs again.
      My Computers

  3. Posts : 7,137
    Windows 10 Pro 64 bit

    Before reinstalling try this:
    1. Remove the laptop main battery, wait a few minutes then check the boot behaviour under mains power. This may reset something. You could also remove the CMOS battery if you can access it which will set the BIOS to defaults. Fit a new battery if the voltage is 2.8V or lower.
    2. Create a Macrium Reflect USB boot disk using a working PC, boot from that and run the option Fix Boot Problems
      My Computers

  4. Posts : 2
    Win 10
    Thread Starter

    I updated my laptop name in my user details/ its a toshiba sattelite u50t-a-10h.
    ill try what you said and give you an answer if there is any progress.

      My Computer


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