Computer won't turn on and repair doesn't work

Lf8435

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Hi i restarted my computer today and now it won't turn back on, keep getting a blue screen sending me to advanced repair options but nothing has worked. I tried restoring and start up repair but nothing works. Getting a license violation. Please any help is appreciated
 
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Your screen shot tells you to visit a Microsoft website or call support and submit the error code. You do have a legal licence I hope.

Regards Silversurf
 

Lf8435

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Your screen shot tells you to visit a Microsoft website or call support and submit the error code. You do have a legal licence I hope.

Regards Silversurf
I did go to the website, that's what I'm saying the advice didn't work. I posted here to avoid having to call im sure like everyone else? I have no idea i bought it from a pawn shop a couple years ago, first time ive ever had a problem with it
 

Lf8435

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I think you might need to do a clean installation of windows.
Im hoping it doesn't come to that. Im going to try lazesoft when i get access to a USB drive until someone gives me a better idea. Thankn you though, if it comes to it I'll have to reinstall
 

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You may be able to repair Windows 10 using the Installation Media.
Download a Windows 10 ISO file
https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windows10
Click on 'Create Windows 10 installation media'
Burn to a DVD or USB stick.
https://www.thewindowsclub.com/how-to-create-bootable-usb-media-from-iso-for-windows-10

Boot your computer using DVD or USB. You may have to change the boot order in the bios.
Once you have booted form the DVD or USB stick
Click Repair your computer in the lower left corner.

https://www.thewindowsclub.com/boot-or-repair-windows-10-using-the-installation-media
Do not use the PC repair tool from the above website.
 

Lf8435

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You may be able to repair Windows 10 using the Installation Media.
Download a Windows 10 ISO file
https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windows10
Click on 'Create Windows 10 installation media'
Burn to a DVD or USB stick.
https://www.thewindowsclub.com/how-to-create-bootable-usb-media-from-iso-for-windows-10

Boot your computer using DVD or USB. You may have to change the boot order in the bios.
Once you have booted form the DVD or USB stick
Click Repair your computer in the lower left corner.

https://www.thewindowsclub.com/boot-or-repair-windows-10-using-the-installation-media
Do not use the PC repair tool from the above website.
I don't have an 8gb usb stick, am i able to use my android phone as a USB or no?
 

Lf8435

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That would be a No - nice try 🙂
Lol figured that but thought I'd ask. Im almost positive i was running 64 bit. What will happen if i download the 32 but version instead? Thank you btw, i appreciate the help. I work from my computer and watch everything on it so I'm going a bit crazy right now without it lol one more question, what about the lazesoft recovery suite software? I read a comment somewhere that someone used that for the same issue and it fixed it, but that was only one random comment somewhere
 

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A 32 bit download should work on a 64 bit system but not the other way round.
I used Lazesoft recovery suite on a Win XP system years ago and it worked very well.
That said, I am not sure it that it has a option to repair Win 10, but worth a try.
 

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