Windows 10: How to make a not in pace repair installation?
As I written before I've already tried Restore point and other available options with no result.
There is another possibility. Maybe for some reason BIOS loaded some default settings and affected the hard disk configuration. See if changing from AHCI to IDE or vice versa helps. Also move your hard disk on top in hard disk priority so the system will try this first when it comes to hard disk.
You missed the point; if you just read my previous posts
I just referred it as another possible cause for your problems. I have recently seen that on a Windows 7 PC. It could not boot or repair, whatever I tried. I checked the disk and found it OK, when I spotted in BIOS that it was set to AHCI. When I set that to IDE it booted into Windows 7 without any issue!
I think your issue related to Windows 7 is different from mine.
Yes I know, but I said that as a possible cause, if everything else fails.
to repair any damaged windows 10 boot files... Open command prompt(admin) in windows 8.1
type> bcdboot D:\windows
to do a windows 10 repair from within windows 8.1
Mount your setup media ISO downloaded from http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/softw...load/techbench
and then from CMD Prompt(admin)
type> Dism /Apply-Image /ImageFile:X:\sources\install.wim /Index:1 /ApplyDir:D:\
X being the drive letter assigned to the mounted ISO
this will over-write the windows system files on D:\
since you have access to D;\ through C:\ - copy any files you want saved first to another drive
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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?
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