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  1. LukeJR's Avatar
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    (W10-Errors) Performance / Crashing / Freezing / Boot-Loop [HelpMe]


    Update: 01/11/2015 ~ Start Maintenance (Crash / Auto-Restart Bug)
    Just thought I'd update you all on something else that I should mention:
    When I go into 'Security & Maintenance.' I set the time for automatic Maintenance. But when I click 'Start Maintenance' - It won't even work. It just gives me BSOD, and then restarts my PC. Wow, I have no idea WTF is going on with this lately...

    Okay, first of all...I usually can take this. A few slight errors causing a slight problem with the OS. But this is not one of those errors. This is a problem that just keeps on making more problems arise from what should be functional.

    Error: Keeps on crashing when Opera / Google Chrome is running. It takes time but some reason it happens . . .

    EXAMPLE:
    I load up Windows 10, start-up my computer like usual. But here is something that might be important:
    I checked Security & Maintenance- Monitor Reports:

    Problem:
    Windows failed to start because of a problem with the system files.
    Description:
    This operating system version is not supported by Start-up Repair.

    Does anyone know why this keeps happening? I've tried re-installing my AMD drivers, and that don't seem to fix it. I mean if I Shut-Down my computer for the night, and then return in the morning (Start-up) computer and Windows 10 loads fine. Until I login to the Desktop, and it takes a few minutes- then crashing the computer. Like it just freezes with the cursor in place, and the keyboard no longer can be used at this time. Nothing can be done, it just requires me to restart the computer manually with a push of a button 3 second hold-down.

    So, why is this occuring? And if anyone else is having this problem with Windows 10! I'm leaving... seriously, I'm going back to Windows 7 if this garbage continues. I'm sick of seeing this problem every day, and I'm sick of it continuing. Even when I have a fresh-installed Windows 10~ it still has a similar problem. Where it just chooses to freeze or crash or whatever.

    Either way... these doesn't seem to be anyone who knows about this (Well, not really) but anyone who knows how to fix it. I haven't found any solution, and believe me. I've tried looking every day for a solution, and nothing! I've tried many of my own solutions, and nothing...

    Please Help!


    This Is Getting Absolutely Ridiculous . . .
    Last edited by LukeJR; 01 Nov 2015 at 14:01.
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  2. hTconeM9user's Avatar
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    Have you run sfc /scannow to see if that will fix your problem
    notice the space between c and /
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  3. davidhk's Avatar
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    LukJR,
    Maybe it is best in your case to go back to Windows 7.
    Let Microsoft iron out all the bugs and glitches that may still exist.
    You can always come back later. Free upgrade offer is still good till July 29th, 2016.

    That said, Threshold2 is said to be introduced sometime this month (November).
    May be it will work for you.
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  4. LukeJR's Avatar
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    hTconeM9user said:
    Have you run sfc /scannow to see if that will fix your problem
    notice the space between c and /
    Yes, and it worked. But it said that some files couldn't be repaired or something like that.
    It was like some (something) could not be (something) ~ it was that kind of error at the end of it.
    Everything else worked fine and apparently was repaired. There were just a few (???) that couldn't be fixed.

    billy268 said:
    LukJR,
    billy268 said:
    Maybe it is best in your case to go back to Windows 7.
    Let Microsoft iron out all the bugs and glitches that may still exist.
    You can always come back later. Free upgrade offer is still good till July 29th, 2016.[/


    To be honest; it's probably the best idea I've heard yet. I mean Windows 7 was loyal, respectful, and never had any problems with crashes / failed-to-boot / random-restarts / BSOD ~ I don't know what Windows 7 was like in its early days, I imagine it was just as bad as the early days of Windows 10. But this OS is very unstable right now, and yeah, I think Threshold2 could fix this problem. Who knows... I heard it is being released on the 10th November. So, only time will tell... They better hope it fixes all the bugs in Windows 10 or those that haven't joined Windows 10 will be staying away from it for good. They have got one more shot at this. And if it don't work out, I suggest they just forget the Windows 10 idea all together. I mean it's just very stable, and I'm not the only one having issues with this OS.
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  5. hTconeM9user's Avatar
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    Try and run it again as sometimes it can take 2 or more times to fix it and also try and get the error numbers then we can proceed from there.

    Also threshold due 10th November
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  6. LukeJR's Avatar
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    hTconeM9user said:
    Try and run it again as sometimes it can take 2 or more times to fix it and also try and get the error numbers then we can proceed from there.
    Will do, thanks. Is there any other way to contact you in case you aren't active when this 2nd scan finishes? I'd just like to discuss the problem with you. Because I feel you might be the best a helping / supporting me with this problem I am having here.
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  7. davidhk's Avatar
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    LukeJR said:
    Yes, and it worked. But it said that some files couldn't be repaired or something like that.
    It was like some (something) could not be (something) ~ it was that kind of error at the end of it.
    Everything else worked fine and apparently was repaired. There were just a few (???) that couldn't be fixed.
    Go to the same Command Prompt (Admin)... copy and paste the following command line ( do use copy and paste to avoid typo)
    ........ dism /online /cleanup-image /restorehealth
    ........ press Enter.

    It will take quite a while.
    When finished it will give you a report of the result.

    After that, see if any of your problems have been fixed.
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  8. LukeJR's Avatar
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    billy268 said:
    Go to the same Command Prompt (Admin)... copy and paste the following command line ( do use copy and paste to avoid typo)
    ........ dism /online /cleanup-image /restorehealth
    ........ press Enter.

    It will take quite a while.
    When finished it will give you a report of the result.

    After that, see if any of your problems have been fixed.
    I'll try this after the 2nd scan. Thanks for the support, and I appreciate the detailed tutorial on what to do.
    I'll report any problems I find, and I'll let you know the report details.
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  9. hTconeM9user's Avatar
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    LukeJR said:
    Will do, thanks. Is there any other way to contact you in case you aren't active when this 2nd scan finishes? I'd just like to discuss the problem with you. Because I feel you might be the best a helping / supporting me with this problem I am having here.
    I am online most of the time and I get notified when a post is answered or will get back to you within 2 hours if repairing some one else computer
    Also run what billy has put as could not think of the name of it
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  10. hTconeM9user's Avatar
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    billy268 said:
    Go to the same Command Prompt (Admin)... copy and paste the following command line ( do use copy and paste to avoid typo)
    ........ dism /online /cleanup-image /restorehealth
    ........ press Enter.

    It will take quite a while.
    When finished it will give you a report of the result.

    After that, see if any of your problems have been fixed.
    Thank you could not remember the name of it my mind went blank
    Once he has done that we may then know what more of a problem he has
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