Windows 10 Hangs!!!

Jul 30, 2015
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Recent and late patch of latest Windows 10 by Microsoft via online, my Windows hangs without enabling me to Sign In/ Login. It boosts successfully and hangs at the Sign-In screen without showing/ listing Credential Users’ icons for clicking and signing. It just flips repeatedly this screen with only the background graphical image and without any listed Users’ Sign-In icons as it did before.

Is there anyways that enable me to get in Windows 10 via Safe-Mode like the previous Windows XP by pressing certain F8 or F10 Key? Once get in Windows 10, I could roil back or delete certain software that are likely interfering the prompting the “Sign-In” icons.

How about Recuse Disks created in Windows 10 in another PC/Notebook or Windows 8.1 Notebook can help???

Please help and share with me, Thanks!



Noob Whisperer
Nov 19, 2013
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Hello and welcome to the forum.
You can boot from the installation media.
IF you do not have the installation media you can get the ISO from here

Choose Windows 10, the first item in the first drop down (not single language at the bottom) * see note at bottom.
Next choose your language and your bit version (32 or 64 bit to match your system architecture or in the case of an upgrade, to match your currently installed version of Windows).
That will provide an ISO that will boot, upgrade, repair (or clean install) either or both Windows 10 Pro and Home.
*NOTE: In some cases, we've learned that some people have the "Single Language" version installed. In which case you would need that download. It's important that you match the ISO version that you download with your installation

Once you have downloaded the ISO you can use ImgBurn to burn it to a DVD
Rufus to burn it to a USB ThumbDrive

When you've managed to boot from the installation media you need to click the Repair Your PC link on the second page after the Choose a Language and Keyboard layout page.
That should get you to the Advanced Troubleshooting options, where you can use "Startup Settings" to boot to Safe Mode or Safe Mode with Networking.


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