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  1.    08 Dec 2015 #10
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    Odd. I'm not sure why you're missing those options in "Advanced Options". Do you have your recovery partition still?

    Are you able to do so using OPTION ONE instead?
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  2.    09 Dec 2015 #11
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    The recovery partition is still intact, although I've found some other issues; so I'm just gonna do an in-place upgrade to repair the install and see how it goes from there. I'll report back if this solves this issue.

    Edited: After the in-place upgrade everything appears to be back to normal, option 2 is now viable again

    Thanks for the help Brink!
    Last edited by fracking4oil; 09 Dec 2015 at 01:29.
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  3.    09 Dec 2015 #12
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    Great news.
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  4.    10 Dec 2015 #13
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    I also cannot find Command Prompt in Advanced Options now.
    I remember I did that a couple days ago.
    Now only "UEFI Firmware" and "Startup Settings" there.
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  5.    10 Dec 2015 #14
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    Hello gamelife123,

    If you like, you might do a repair install like fracking4oil to see if it may help fix for you as well.

    Repair Install Windows 10 with an In-place Upgrade
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  6.    19 Feb 2017 #15
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    Without using the Windows 10 DVD and only using the advanced startup options, there is a fast way to quickly reach the Command Prompt?

    Thanks

    Bye
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  7.    19 Feb 2017 #16
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    Option Two should be.

    It's up to you for what below may be easier to boot to Advanced Startup though.

    Advanced Startup Options - Boot to in Windows 10
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  8.    20 Feb 2017 #17
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    If I follow option two, in which directory will open the Command Prompt?

    Thanks

    Bye
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  9.    20 Feb 2017 #18
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    It'll open to "X:\Sources".
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  10.    21 Feb 2017 #19
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    Greetings from Bulgaria! Very helpful topic! Thanks a lot!
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