Windows 10 Wont boot after Netgear WNA1100 Driver install


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Sometimes simply removing the device from the system will help prevent a call for the driver to be loaded.
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Boot the system into Safe Mode and remove the device from Device Manager including the driver.
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Use the System Restore option. This type of thing is exactly what it was intended to be used for.

You may need to create bootable media in order to perform the latter two.
 
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Remove the device, boot to safe mode, roll back the driver or run system restore. and things will all good. and contact Netgear with the problem.
 
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If it will not boot at all ... even to safe mode, you need to make a Windows 10 install boot disk (on DVD or USB Drive) and boot to it. When you get to the part requesting whether or not you wish to "Repair Startup", go there. There are several things you can do there including System Repair. You may even be able to repair it without System Repair. For more information on this, google "startup repair". Good luck. I've been there and survived.
 

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