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PC not booting into Win, only repair mode

Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by Krucifix199, Oct 4, 2018.

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  1. Krucifix199

    Krucifix199 Thread Starter

    Oct 4, 2018
    Hello, Im having issues with my PC till this morning. I tried to start up PC. Couldnt get it run, was getting bluescreens saying that critical process died (something like that). My PC always tried to boot the Windows once and then after restart came with automatic repair.

    I tried few commands in console but nothing worked.

    In repair options under advanced - troubleshooting I tried reset PC as the latest option, but it says my hard disk doesnt have enough space etc.

    Then I tried to Go back to previos version, no luck got error.

    Then I tried startup repair, which does nothing but few errors.

    System image recovery is corrupted.

    Cant even run safe mode because once again getting blue screen (critical process died).

    Now, pc only runs in repair mode that does nothing useful

    So my question is. Does anyone know how could I make it run again without Windows reinstalation? If not, is it possible to clear up some space on disk so I can Reset this pc in repair options?

    Any help is very very appreciated, I need my PC for work so putting PC into servis isnt good option. Thank you
  2. SpywareDr


    Mar 30, 2014
  3. dmccoy


    Oct 7, 2017
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    If you can get into the command console still then do the following to provide you dump files for analysis.

    notepad to open Notepad
    Browse to c:\Windows\minidump folder
    compress to a .zip file and upload here or to a file sharing site and share the link.
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