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Hi @criminalpartn ,
 
Did you let it ''start to boot'' into Windows before shutting it down i.e. Windows startup logo on screen?
 
It needs to boot as it is Windows that starts the repair startup not the BIOS. BIOS gets it ready to boot i.e. manufacturer’s logo on screen until Windows logo when it is booting into the OS
It needs to boot as it is Windows that starts the repair startup not the BIOS. BIOS gets it ready to boot i.e. manufacturer’s logo on screen until Windows logo when it is booting into the OS
 
If still no good create a Win 10 recovery USB from any known working Win 10 PC.
 
In the host PC go to ''Control panel > Recovery > create a recovery disc'' and follow the prompts.
 
You will need an 8GB flashdrive and 40-60 minutes of time.
 
When you have the USB, insert the USB in the laptop and start the laptop and get into BIOS and then enable Legacy USB (or CSM), save the changes, then restart the laptop.
 
It should boot into the Windows Recovery menus off the USB. Go to ''Troubleshooting > Advanced'' and select the option you want.

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編集者: jayeff ,

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Hi @criminalpartn ,
 
Did you let it ''start to boot'' into Windows before shutting it down i.e. Windows startup logo on screen?
 
It needs to boot as it is Windows that starts the repair startup not the BIOS. BIOS gets it ready to boot i.e. manufacturer’s logo on screen
 
If still no good create a Win 10 recovery USB from any known working Win 10 PC.
 
In the host PC go to ''Control panel > Recovery > create a recovery disc'' and follow the prompts.
 
You will need an 8GB flashdrive and 40-60 minutes of time.
 
When you have the USB, insert the USB in the laptop and start the laptop and get into BIOS and then enable Legacy USB (or CSM), save the changes,restartchanges, then restart the laptop.
When you have the USB, insert the USB in the laptop and start the laptop and get into BIOS and then enable Legacy USB (or CSM), save the changes,restartchanges, then restart the laptop.
 
It should boot into the Windows Recovery menus off the USB. Go to ''Troubleshooting > Advanced'' and select the option you want.

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編集者: jayeff ,

テキスト:

Hi @criminalpartn ,
 
Did you let it ''start to boot'' into Windows before shutting it down i.e. Windows startup logo on screen?
 
It needs to boot as it is Windows that starts the repair startup not the BIOS. BIOS gets it ready to boot i.e. manufacturer’s logo on screen
It needs to boot as it is Windows that starts the repair startup not the BIOS. BIOS gets it ready to boot i.e. manufacturer’s logo on screen
 
If still no good create a Win 10 recovery USB from any known working Win 10 PC.
 
In the host PC go to ''Control panel > Recovery > create a recovery disc'' and follow the prompts.
 
You will need an 8GB flashdrive and 40-60 minutes of time.
 
When you have the USB, insert the USB and start the laptop and get into BIOS and enable Legacy USB (or CSM), save the changes,restart the laptop.
 
It should boot into the Windows Recovery menus off the USB. Go to ''Troubleshooting > Advanced'' and select the option you want.

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編集者: jayeff ,

テキスト:

Hi @criminalpartn ,
 
Did you let it start''start to bootboot'' into Windows before shutting it down i.e. Windows startup logo on screen?
Did you let it start''start to bootboot'' into Windows before shutting it down i.e. Windows startup logo on screen?
 
It needs to boot as it is Windows that starts the repair startup not the BIOS.
 
If still no good create a Win 10 recovery USB from any known working Win 10 PC.
 
In the host PC go to ''Control panel > Recovery > create a recovery disc'' and follow the prompts.
 
You will need an 8GB flashdrive and 40-60 minutes of time.
 
When you have the USB, insert the USB and start the laptop and get into BIOS and enable Legacy USB (or CSM), save the changes,restart the laptop.
 
It should boot into the Windows Recovery menus off the USB. Go to ''Troubleshooting > Advanced'' and select the option you want.

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オリジナル投稿者: jayeff ,

テキスト:

Hi @criminalpartn ,

Did you let it start to boot into Windows before shutting it down i.e. Windows startup logo on screen?

It needs to boot as it is Windows that starts the repair startup not the BIOS.

If still no good create a Win 10 recovery USB from any known working Win 10 PC.

In the host PC go to ''Control panel > Recovery > create a recovery disc'' and follow the prompts.

You will need an 8GB flashdrive and 40-60 minutes of time.

When you have the USB, insert the USB and start the laptop and get into BIOS and enable Legacy USB (or CSM), save the changes,restart the laptop.

It should boot into the Windows Recovery menus off the USB. Go to ''Troubleshooting > Advanced'' and select the option you want.

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