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       23 Mar 2017 #70

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       23 Mar 2017 #71

    I have in this order a Recovery 450MB, EFI System 100MB, System Reserved 16MB, Windows 10 69.32GB partitions in a GPT drive.
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       23 Mar 2017 #72

    I must admit that I'm not sure why you don't have the option, but you should be able to boot from the ISO in the VM to access Advanced Startup like in Option 5.
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       23 Mar 2017 #73

    Yes that is a good work around. I am still looking for the root problem. I will post back if I find any thing.
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  5.    23 Mar 2017 #74

    Once you get to advanced startup, which option is best? The problem I had arose when I went to msconfig and selective startup and checked alternate shell; I got to command prompt and could not get back to Windows. I did not want to go through the time consuming task of resetting, I only wanted to go back to a regular startup.
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       23 Mar 2017 #75

    I have only used F4 safe mode in Advanced options. I have had no problems getting back to regular startup from there. How to fix what you have now will take someone with more experience than me. Sorry.
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       23 Mar 2017 #76

    @Shawn, Eureka, I think. I finally stumbled across the root problem. The reality is there was no problem to begin with. Apparently, MS in their infinite wisdom decided that Advanced startup should not show in an Enhanced session. For whatever reason I decided to try to see Advanced startup in a Basic session and there it was and it works as expected. Go figure.

    Turn On or Off Hyper-V Enhanced Session Mode in Windows 10
    Last edited by tracit99; 23 Mar 2017 at 21:43.
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       23 Mar 2017 #77

    Interesting.
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       23 Mar 2017 #78

    mikewarren1 said: View Post
    Once you get to advanced startup, which option is best? The problem I had arose when I went to msconfig and selective startup and checked alternate shell; I got to command prompt and could not get back to Windows. I did not want to go through the time consuming task of resetting, I only wanted to go back to a regular startup.
    I have not tried this, but this link may help you get back to a regular startup. Step 5 in Option 3.

    Boot into Safe Mode on Windows 10
    Last edited by Brink; 23 Mar 2017 at 17:12. Reason: updated link
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       23 Mar 2017 #79

    @Brink, I like you link better and I definitely trust it more.
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