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The Asus Transformer Book T100TAF is a 2-in-1 laptop and tablet with a detachable keyboard released in March 2015.

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Windows failed to start, cannot boot to external drive

I have an Asus Transformer T100T (presumed to be running Windows 8) that I have purchased in a lot for repair and resale. I do not have any information regarding the device or its history prior to receiving it. When attempting to power on and boot, an error message pops up, reading, “Windows failed to start. A recent hardware or software change might be the cause.” The error code is 0xc0000185. I have tried booting to a Windows 7 install drive, but the device takes me right back to the same error screen. It seems as though no matter what is done, it will simply not boot. I have poured far too much time into this issue and have quickly exhausted all of my known options. Every guide and tutorial on the internet recommends I boot to an external drive, which does not seem to be possible. Hopefully someone out there is a bit more helpful…

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grab linux distro ISO like for example ubuntu -> pendrivelinux.com/ or http://unetbootin.sourceforge.net/ for software to make bootable USB stick. Make sure the computer is set to boot from usb (which you should have done when trying to boot your external Windows drive) and boot the linux distro up. Use Gparted partitioning software (include with linux distro) to see if it recognizes the hard drive and all of it's partitions. If it doesn't recognize the Windows recovery partition, then more than likely your Windows Recovery options are gone. As an aside, your Windows recovery /installation files could also be corrupt. If drive and partitions are recognized then you can just reformat the Windows related partitions but not the Recovery Partition. If you want to reinstall Windows on that drive again, then see if you can boot into Recovery -> Install Windows via the installed drive or make sure that the computer is again set to boot from your Windows Install external drive. Be aware of any UEFI requirements too though the Windows installation should manage that aspect, iirc (been awhile since I played with that stuff). BTW, you can also do the Windows install from a prepared Windows Installation USB stick. See the following for example of the correct procedure:

https://www.microsoft.com/en-ca/software...

Edit: Now I think about it, all Windows partitions except the Recovery Partition can just be deleted with GParted as Windows will recreate the correct partitions during installation. Someone please correct me if I am wrong on this; as mentioned previously it’s been quite a while since I last played around with Windows.

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