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  1. whs's Avatar
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    Any restart button will do. Just hold the Shift key down when you press Restart.
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       #11

    whs said:
    Any restart button will do. Just hold the Shift key down when you press Restart.
    I did that but it still does not look like the one I posted. It is close but no programs are there in the left panel.
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  3. Brink's Avatar
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    Gary said:


    I do not have a start menu like as show above. How can I get that?
    That was from an older build of Windows 10. The Start menu no longer looks like that in build 10041, but this screenshot serves the purpose of the tutorial for now until I get all screenshots updated as needed after each new build release.
    Last edited by Brink; 02 Aug 2015 at 09:11. Reason: removed broken image
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    Thanks Shawn:)
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  5. Brink's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro 64bit Danish/english
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    Great tutorial - if you can get to the windows login screen! Many of thoose in trouble are thoose who are stuck on black screen after upgrade - please provide tutorial on how to get either the upgrade finished or how to reboot into safe mode.

    Microsoft is - in my opinion- stupid! They should have enabled Safe mode in the upgrade so that if something went wrong, then people would have a choice - now many are stuck with a non-functioning system after upgrade and no way to get to safe mode, because there is no option to make an Windows 10 DVD before you have booted into you newly installed windows 10 for the first time and downloaded the DVD creation tool - MS=0 intelligense!

    I have spent 25 years of troubleshooting this kind of stupidity!

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    insomniacno1 said:
    Great tutorial - if you can get to the windows login screen! Many of thoose in trouble are thoose who are stuck on black screen after upgrade - please provide tutorial on how to get either the upgrade finished or how to reboot into safe mode.

    Microsoft is - in my opinion- stupid! They should have enabled Safe mode in the upgrade so that if something went wrong, then people would have a choice - now many are stuck with a non-functioning system after upgrade and no way to get to safe mode, because there is no option to make an Windows 10 DVD before you have booted into you newly installed windows 10 for the first time and downloaded the DVD creation tool - MS=0 intelligense!

    I have spent 25 years of troubleshooting this kind of stupidity!

    JBJ
    MS never did it before on older OS's , why would they start now? This is why one should always make an image of their system before doing any kind of upgrade.
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  8. Posts : 37
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    Did you read your own answer before posting it? How are you going to get to your image if you can't get into safe mode, most people don't have several pc's like we do. On less you mean, 3part image or one you can get to by recoveryDVD(which most people dont have either)!
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  9. Brink's Avatar
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    insomniacno1 said:
    Did you read your own answer before posting it? How are you going to get to your image if you can't get into safe mode, most people don't have several pc's like we do. On less you mean, 3part image or one you can get to by recoveryDVD(which most people dont have either)!
    You could boot from your Windows 10 installation media to advanced startup using OPTION FIVE in this tutorial.

    Afterwards, you could do a system image recovery if you had created a system image before.
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  10. Posts : 1
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    rseiler said:
    The "Two consecutive failed attempts" seems fine until you consider a type of boot that actually gets pretty far along--until something happens--like the machine unexpectedly shutting itself down. That may not be considered a "failed" boot attempt by Windows (if Win8 is any indicator), and so if you don't have your recovery or install media, you're dead.
    I found that if you physically turn off your machine immediately after the cyan windows logo appears (before getting to the log-on screen) two times this brought up the recovery mode, so that might help in the situation you mentioned.

    Boot to Advanced Startup Options in Windows 10 - Windows 10 Installation Upgrade Tutorials
    Last edited by Brink; 30 Mar 2017 at 08:50. Reason: added tutorial link for more info
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