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Hi @king217 ,
Check in Event Viewer to see if there are any obvious problems showing. (Right click Windows Start button on Taskbar and select Event Viewer link)
If nothing obvious try repairing the Win Startup using a USB Recovery drive
Check in Event Viewer to see if there are any obvious problems showing. (Right click Windows Start button on Taskbar and select Event Viewer link)
If nothing obvious try repairing the Win Startup using a USB Recovery drive
Boot the PC using the Win 10 USB recovery disc. (Ifyou haven't got one you can create one from any known working Win 10 PC. Go to Control Panel > Recovery > create a USB recovery disc)
 
You'll need a 8GB flashdrive and 40-60 minutes of time.
 
Once created insert it into the PC and then go into BIOS and change the boot order to USB 1st boot option, and also enable Legacy USB or CSM (don't know what you have), save the changes and restart the PC. Make sure it boots from the USB
 
When in WRE (Windows Recovery Environment) select Troubleshooting > Advanced > Startup repair and follow the prompts
 
DO NOT select Reset This PC as it will erase your data and reinstall Windows.

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Hi @king217 ,
 
Boot the PC using the Win 10 USB recovery disc. (Ifyou haven't got one you can create one from any known working Win 10 PC. Go to Control Panel > Recovery > create a USB recovery disc)
 
You'll need a 8GB flashdrive and 40-60 minutes of time.
 
Once created insert it into the PC and then go into BIOS and change the boot order to USB 1st boot option, and also enable Legacy USB or CSM (don't know what you have), save the changes and restart the PC. and makeMake sure it boots from the USB
Once created insert it into the PC and then go into BIOS and change the boot order to USB 1st boot option, and also enable Legacy USB or CSM (don't know what you have), save the changes and restart the PC. and makeMake sure it boots from the USB
 
When in WRE (Windows Recovery Environment) select Troubleshooting > Advanced > Startup repair and follow the prompts
 
DO NOT select Reset This PC as it will erase your data and reinstall Windows.

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Hi @king217 ,

Boot the PC using the Win 10 USB recovery disc. (Ifyou haven't got one you can create one from any known working Win 10 PC. Go to Control Panel > Recovery > create a USB recovery disc)

You'll need a 8GB flashdrive and 40-60 minutes of time.

Once created go into BIOS and change the boot order to USB 1st boot option, and also enable Legacy USB or CSM (don't know what you have), restart the PC. and make sure it boots from the USB

When in WRE (Windows Recovery Environment) select Troubleshooting > Advanced > Startup repair and follow the prompts

DO NOT select Reset This PC as it will erase your data and reinstall Windows.

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