My netbook died after upgrading to 14385

  1. Posts : 216
    Windows 10 Pro 64-bit

    My netbook died after upgrading to 14385

    I went to upgrade both my desktop and netbook to 14385. I left them unattended, so I don't know in what step the problem happened. Now my netbook doesn't boot. The desktop is fine.

    The netbook restarts over and over just after the POST screen, without a way to enter safe mode.

    Now I'm attempting to repair it via a repair disk and seems to be stuck at "Attempting repairs" with the HDD light steadily on.
    EDIT: It finished saying it couldn't be repaired

    Any ideas? I wouldn't want to reinstall it after all.

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  2. fireberd's Avatar
    Posts : 2,061
    Win 10

    If it can't be "repaired" the only other option is a reinstall.

    I had a problem with an insider version and the only thing that "fixed" it was a reinstall. Luckily I had a Macrium image backup so I was able to restore from that.
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  3. Posts : 216
    Windows 10 Pro 64-bit
    Thread Starter


    After setting the partition as active (the netbook was using a dual boot with Windows 7, then removed Windows 7) stopped rebooting but a error saying something about my PC has to be repaired (but the recopver disk can't) and about some device not connected or accessed and 0xc0000e

    Finally I reinstalled. I will try again to get the latest insider, now that I don't have dual boot leftovers
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