windows 10 startup repair couldn’t repair your pc. You can enable safe mode by click Troubleshoot -> Advanced options -> Startup Settings -> F4 (This will restart your system in Safe Mode).
Windows 10 startup repair
Method 1: Use Windows Startup Repair
If Windows 10 is unable to boot up and takes you to the login screen or the desktop, your beginning step should be to use Startup Repair. Here’s how:
To start with, you need to go to the Advanced Startup Options. This can be accessed while hitting the F11 key while the system is getting started.
Windows 10 Startup Repair is one of the recovery tools that help you to fix missing or damaged system files used to load the operating system.
- Go to the “Troubleshoot” tab from the menu.
- And then you’ll need to click Advanced options.
- Click Startup Repair.
- Select your username.
- Enter your password.
Windows will take anywhere from a few seconds to some minutes to attempt to fix the problem.
It may not be able to. If you don’t actually have a startup problem, it will also show it can’t fix the problem.
If the computer does not boot into windows:
Get windows 10 Boot option: Just press and hold the SHIFT key and select Restart from Power icon.
Click Windows icon at the bottom left and select power icon
Press Ctrl+Alt+Delete keys also help you to access power icon at bottom right.
Turn on the power and press F8 nor SHIFT+F8 (Before the windows start-up screen (the logo appear)
What System Restore Doesn’t Do
System Restore does not affect your personal files like your photos, documents, email, etc. You can use System Restore without hesitation even if you’ve just imported a few dozen pictures to your computer
Restore Windows 10 from Advanced Startup
If your PC is not booting properly due to recent windows update or some rogue programs, you can choose to restore the device instead of completely resetting it. It will remove all the recently updated files and will save you from a lot hassle.
- Under the “Troubleshoot” screen, Choose Advanced Options’.
- Here, Click on “System Restore”.
- Click the Next button from the System Restore window titled Restore system files and settings.
- Choose the restore point you want to use from those in the list.
(Tip: If you would like to see older restore points, check the Show more restore points checkbox)
- With your chosen restore point selected, click the Next button.
- Confirm the restore point you want to use on the Confirm your restore point window and then Click Finish
- Click Yes to Start.
- You’ll see a small System Restore window
- Finally, you get system restore successfully message.
You can restore windows 10 using the command: rstrui.exe in command prompt
Automatic repair couldn’t repair your pc
1, Open Windows 10 Settings window, select Update & Security, then choose Recovery tab in the left, select Restart Now button under Advanced Startup in the right. The system will reboot immediately.
2, After rebooting, you will see 3 buttons, Continue, Troubleshoot, and Turn off your PC. Select the second one Troubleshoot.
3, Click on Advanced options.
4, Click on Command Prompt.
5, When your PC starts in Command Prompt, and you will see this X:\Windows\System32. You need to move the drive letter where Windows is installed.
In some cases, it could be a different Drive like C if you have configured it so type in the letter C and then a colon and hit Enter
Now type in dir and hit enter to find the folders program files and Program Files x86 together with other folders like users and windows.
If you see the Windows folder, you’re in the correct drive letter, if not, try another letter D Because In most case the drive letter is D. Type the following command and press Enter.
Type ‘dir’ to verify you are in the correct drive
Now, you can see the directories.
Before running the Reg back command, You should make back up the current registry. Type the following command to create a backup of the files in the config folder, and press Enter.
CD space backward slash Windows backward slash system32 backward slash config and hit enter
type MD space backup and hit enter
type copy space asterisk dot asterisk space backup and hit enter
then wait a bit for the files to be copied after that type in CD space ragback and hit enter
type dir once again and hit enter he should have a bunch of items with some six to seven or even nine digit numbers next to them now
copy space asterisk dot asterisk space dot dot and hit enter
type the letter A and hit enter to override on
Finally exit and hit enter to complete the process it should then take you back to this page where you can now choose to continue to start up your computer or shut down
If all these three fixes fail then you consider running in a system restore for that you will need to create bootable USB windows 10 with installation files.