I already reseted my laptop but i got stuck in a bootloop i cant access my desktop the only thing that i can access is the bios and recovery environment i tried to reset it again but it doesnt work i dont have a reatore point eitherHi John,
try the following, I hope you have your important files backed up in case things don't work out well?.
BACK UP ALL YOUR FILES ON TO AN EXTERNAL DRIVE (OR OTHER PARTITION) BEFORE YOU START TO RESET YOUR PC!. Hi all, This is a quick run-down of how to reset W10 and keep your files/data intact, you will have to do a little work but you will find all your files, data and app settings in a folder...www.windows10forums.com
So i should reformat it?Hi John,
you will need a copy of Win 10 on a USB stick or DVD to enter into "Advanced Startup Options" and you might be able to repair your computer from there?.
If you run in to serious problems with Windows 10, you may need to access the advanced startup options to begin troubleshooting your issue. Many of our other articles will refer to this page as an initial step, to avoid duplication. From this...www.windows10forums.com
Read from: " If you can't boot Windows 10 ".
I already reseted it so theres nothing on it because of the reset it got stuck on a bootloop note:its a built-in windows 10 i really dont know how it happened i think its midway in the reset but when it restarted it got stuck in the acer logo and keeps restartingIf you want to yes!. Do you have anything on the drive that you need? (documents, photo's etc). If you first try repairing, you might save yourself a fresh install, that said, if you have nothing of value and feel inclined, then a fresh install would most likely be quicker?.
Well my problem is i dont have any CD or a bootable usb with an OS and cant get one because of lock down in our area and im stuck in my house i think i tried everything like reseting it again but it doesn't work it says "no changes were made"In such cases I use one or two other Operating Systems to verify whether the drive Windows is installed on, one is the GPARTED LiveCD and the other is a version of Linux LiveDVD, both bootable and can access the drive if it is seen properly in the BIOS. Sudden failure of a drive is not all that rare and have seen power failures or even momentary 'bumps' disrupt an install.
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