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  1.    30 Aug 2017 #11
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    I did that but i puted on usb this and like @Caledon Ken said kyhi win image if i did wrong please tell me how to delete all files completely from usb and start again from begining
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  2.    30 Aug 2017 #12
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    Quote Originally Posted by Adimne View Post
    I did that but i puted on usb this and like @Caledon Ken said kyhi win image if i did wrong please tell me how to delete all files completely from usb and start again from begining
    What you want to do is just let the Media Creation Tool make a regular Windows 10 USB flash drive. Then your replace only the \Sources\boot.wim file on that USB flash drive with the \Sources\boot.wim from the mounted ISO file of Kyhi's Recovery Tools.

    If you did not do that, all you have to do is start again with letting the Media Creation Tool create the Windows 10 USB flash drive. When the MCT makes the USB flash drive, it will be bootable in both a UEFI computer (which yours is) and a legacy BIOS computer.
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  3.    31 Aug 2017 #13
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    But i dont know how to do this step with the mounted iso can you do it and upload me the right sources/boot.wim
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  4.    31 Aug 2017 #14
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    Please help anyone teamviever to help me finish all steps for usb and then somehow with skype or viber/whatsapp to help me finish booting with usb on my dead laptop ?
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  5.    31 Aug 2017 #15
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    In Windows 7 you need to install a program to mount ISO files. Windows 8 and Windows 10 will mount ISO files from Windows (File) Explorer. Install WinCDEmu:
    WinCDEmu - the easiest way to mount an ISO. And more...

    Using WinCDEmu, you can mount the ISO file of Kyhi's Recovery Tools and then copy the \Sources\boot.wim file from it to the USB flash drive.
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  6.    31 Aug 2017 #16
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    Quote Originally Posted by NavyLCDR View Post
    In Windows 7 you need to install a program to mount ISO files. Windows 8 and Windows 10 will mount ISO files from Windows (File) Explorer. Install WinCDEmu:
    WinCDEmu - the easiest way to mount an ISO. And more...

    Using WinCDEmu, you can mount the ISO file of Kyhi's Recovery Tools and then copy the \Sources\boot.wim file from it to the USB flash drive.
    I did all what you said here i put the usb on dead laptop i press ESC F11 and see everything what happens i think we are in half way to fix this laptop WIN 10 BOOT PROBLEM - YouTube
    Please help
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  7.    31 Aug 2017 #17
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    Quote Originally Posted by Adimne View Post
    I did all what you said here i put the usb on dead laptop i press ESC F11 and see everything what happens i think we are in half way to fix this laptop WIN 10 BOOT PROBLEM - YouTube
    Please help
    Once you get into Kyhi's Recovery Tools (looks like Winodws, it's just a stripped down OS), you should be able to use normal Windows (File) Explorer to get into your old Windows partition and then copy over any documents, photos, music, movies you want to save. If you don't have a second USB port to plug another USB flash drive or hard drive into, you can unplug the USB flash drive you booted from and insert a second flash drive or USB hard drive into that port. You can also just copy the files you want to keep onto the same USB flash drive that you booted from if there is free space on it.

    After you have everything copied that you want to save, with Kyhi's Recovery Tools USB flash drive inserted, you can use the standard Windows (File) Explorer to find the USB flash drive, can't remember exactly what letter it gets, and run setup.exe from it to start a new install of Windows 10 onto the computer's hard drive.
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  8.    01 Sep 2017 #18
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    Quote Originally Posted by NavyLCDR View Post
    Once you get into Kyhi's Recovery Tools (looks like Winodws, it's just a stripped down OS), you should be able to use normal Windows (File) Explorer to get into your old Windows partition and then copy over any documents, photos, music, movies you want to save. If you don't have a second USB port to plug another USB flash drive or hard drive into, you can unplug the USB flash drive you booted from and insert a second flash drive or USB hard drive into that port. You can also just copy the files you want to keep onto the same USB flash drive that you booted from if there is free space on it.

    After you have everything copied that you want to save, with Kyhi's Recovery Tools USB flash drive inserted, you can use the standard Windows (File) Explorer to find the USB flash drive, can't remember exactly what letter it gets, and run setup.exe from it to start a new install of Windows 10 onto the computer's hard drive.
    Ok can you tell me what i need to copy on my another usb what files i dont need music photos apps videos i have all of them i need my laptop to work as it worked before with those files so tell me what to copy on my usb please because i dont know nothing what is important where are those files and ...
    Thanks
    Cant find my usb https://i.imgur.com/nURkmik.jpg
    And how to find setup.exe and how to run usb what letter i dont understand this part too sorry
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  9.    01 Sep 2017 #19
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    Please help
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  10.    01 Sep 2017 #20
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    Hi Admine.

    I read your post but I will admit I didn't fully understand.

    Have you copied all your data from documents, pictures, music, videos, downloads and desktop. (some people store data files on desktop).

    Please just answer yes I copied them all or no I haven't copied
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