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Malnutrition

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I am working on some instructions for you, I have a friend of mine looking at this thread. Expect a reply Sunday morning. :)
 
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I am thinking this may have something to do with the reboot loop.


safeboot: Network => The system is configured to boot to Safe Mode <==== ATTENTION

So... Lets take care of that.
Boot into the Command prompt in recovery console.
Type the following: bcdedit.exe /deletevalue safeboot
Hit enter then reboot.
 
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It says: An error occurred while attempting to delete the specified data element. The element wasn't found.
 

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Did you run it under the drive letter that the OS is installed on?

I have a Usb that I bought just for your thread.
I am gonna make some steps for you to repair your Boot loader with Linux.
In the mean time run chkdsk /r /f from command prompt in recovery mode...on the drive with windows 10 installed.
 

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First set your machine to Boot from USB.
Plug in and format your USB storage device.
Download the linux live USB creator.
Install it then Download boot repair disk 64bit.
Save this to your desktop.
Choose your key, direct the tool to your usb.
Then direct the tool to the Boot repair Iso on your desktop.
Then click on the lightning icon.
After the iso is mounted to your USB
Restart the computer.
Start a 64 bit session.
Once it's loaded click on recommended repair.
Allow this to run unhindered.
Let me know the outcome.


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When i boot from flash it says missing parameter in configuration file. Keyword: path. I want try it with the ubuntu tomorrow.
 

Malnutrition

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That's with the Boot repair as per last instructions?
Make sure you format the USB device again.
Redownload the .iso , and use IsoToUsb
Use 64bit failsafe mode.
 

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It says: An error occurred while attempting to delete the specified data element. The element wasn't found.

So when you are in the recovery mode what is the drive letter of the windows install? If it is e: then type e: prior to typing bcdedit.exe /deletevalue safeboot

This should also be applied to the other commands that I gave you.

  • Boot to the Recovery Environment command prompt.
  • At the command prompt, type notepad and press Enter.
  • Click File > Open > This PC and locate the letter of the hard drive your OS is installed on.
  • Close Notepad and return to the Command Prompt
  • Type bcdboot c:\windows and press Enter.
  • Note: replace c: with the hard drive letter you found using Notepad
  • Once the command has completed, reboot the computer.
So in other words when you type e: it will change from

x:\sources e: hit enter

changes To.....

E:

Then you enter the commands from there.


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This should revert everything that the all in one repair tool did to your machine.

Boot into the recovery console with command prompt.
Type notepad.exe hit enter.
Click file >> open.
Change files of type to ALL Files.
Click on My Computer.
Click on the E: drive or the drive that windows 10 is installed on.
Go to Program Files.
Select the Everything Folder.
Right Click on Everything.exe
Run as Administrator.
Type dos_command right click on the file and run as administrator.
Allow the file to complete it's run.
Once complete reboot your machine.
 

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At this time I suggest that you boot from the Windows 10 DVD/flash drive as if you are installing Windows 10 but instead of installing select the option Repair your computer


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I did a new windows installation, chose custom install, deleted the system partition and chose the second partition for installation. The old data system moved to windows.old folder, so I didn't lose anything. However, in the end, I decided to make a clean installation as well, because I backed up everything on an external disk.