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Windows not starting, goes into automatic repair, then fails.

 

There is a phone recording of what happens, sorry about my voice sounding stuffed up as I am sick.

 

I also tried resetting the pc and it did not allow me to do that either.

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I had this problem after my pc repeatedly crashed and I ended up having to wipe my drive through the BIOS, not sure.

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1 minute ago, Maxisthemoose said:

I had this problem after my pc repeatedly crashed and I ended up having to wipe my drive through the BIOS, not sure.

Yikes, I would like to avoid that...

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1 minute ago, NyxeonFX said:

Yikes, I would like to avoid that...

Totally understand, but I'm not sure there's much you can do, you do have your OS on a different drive from your games? At last resort I would recommend wiping it. If needed, obviously back up all your important files off the Boot Drive.

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1 minute ago, Maxisthemoose said:

Totally understand, but I'm not sure there's much you can do, you do have your OS on a different drive from your games? At last resort I would recommend wiping it. If needed, obviously back up all your important files off the Boot Drive.

Yes I had my games on a separate drive but all my programs were on the main windows drive like adobe programs and such.

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Could still use some help ?

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