Windows 10: Windows installation is rolling looping to the start

  1.    09 Aug 2015 #1

    Windows installation is rolling looping to the start


    So before i say the problem i want to say that my PC did actually install win 10 at first but tons of problems made me restore the PC for a full cleanup meaning i lost everything i had. The PC starts good and seems like its going to install alright but after a "critical update" it flickers the screen of wait a moment and then restarts my Toshiba again flickering the logo for a loop back to the install this time with no more update. Just wait a bit and restart. I can provide the past errors i had before going for full cleanup. I once could go into safe mode but now as i have no windows it just tries to install it looping again. Thanks in advance
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  2.    09 Aug 2015 #2

    One thing sometimes it reaches the login screen with a PC created account before restarting and i cant do anything
    Last edited by Mazkirin; 09 Aug 2015 at 20:08. Reason: More information
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