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Widows 10 crashed.

Fayda 306 18 October 7, 2015 at 10:58 AM
Had Windows 7 on my home built PC. Then bought Win 8.0 upgrade, installed it and then when MS gave away WIn. 10, upgraded PC to this. Was working fine up until 10 days back when it started going in a Loop. Will not budge. Will not start the Windows at all. I have MSI Bios which I can access setting by pressing F11 or go into Win 10 self repair option menu by pressing Tab key during the boot up sequence. This is only working, Tried all the options under self repair menu but no use. Has any one else experienced similar non responsive Win10?

Thanks for your input.

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probably a video driver go into safe mode and remove or do a system restore
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I have a feeling it pushed an update to you. Safe mode, restore and see what happens again.

Win 10 doesn't give you many options to skip some updates but it would be nice to see a list of the last ones it got.
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Quote from komondor View Post :
probably a video driver go into safe mode and remove or do a system restore
Thanks for the suggestion. I have tried that. (Shows up as one of the option after hitting TAB key during the MSI Boot sequence.) It tried to restore for about 2 to 3 hours. Went 100% and then did a reboot. Reboot started from square one. Tried this twice no luck.
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see if you can remove the video driver windows 10 has had an issue with that

found this

http://www.cnet.com/news/windows-...ome-users/
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Quote from Pedantyc View Post :
I have a feeling it pushed an update to you. Safe mode, restore and see what happens again.

Win 10 doesn't give you many options to skip some updates but it would be nice to see a list of the last ones it got.
Since there is no "Safe mode" in Windows 10 (At Least nowhere, that I can find it). Tried restore without a luck.

Thanks for your reply.
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What type of video card do you have?

In your BIOS settings, try selecting 'Advanced Options' then 'Statup Settings'

"After Windows 10 reboots, you can choose which boot options you want enabled. To get into Safe Mode, you have three different options. To enable Safe Mode press the F4 key on your keyboard, to enable Safe Mode with Networking press F5 and to enable Safe Mode with Command Prompt press F6."

And in safe mode, uninstall: KB3081424

http://www.7tutorials.com/4-ways-...windows-10
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