Acer aspire Hard Drive

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  • aayush
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    victor2 said:
    It sounds like it's in the "Windows 10 auto repair loop."
    See here for possible fixes:
    I've had it a few times and ended up doing a complete re-install. Hope you have a backup.

    trying  this
    no back f
  • aayush
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    Ayr_Rage said:
    Ayr_Rage said:
    "Reset and keep my files" should be an option.
    Is that option missing ?

    If so, then it's time to take it to a repair shop.
    option there but not complete  circle
  • aayush
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    as not want to do full restore plus have cash flow issue thus trying fix some how 
  • cerebus
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    aayush said:
    Ayr_Rage said:
    Ayr_Rage said:
    "Reset and keep my files" should be an option.
    Is that option missing ?

    If so, then it's time to take it to a repair shop.
    option there but not complete  circle
    We can't help you if what you post on heres makes
     no sense

    Have you tried a tech forum in your own language?
  • aayush
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    Cerberus
     what I am trying to say the option is there but will not complete the process  takes me back to one of the screens which I sent screenshots 
  • victor2
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    aayush said:
    victor2 said:
    It sounds like it's in the "Windows 10 auto repair loop."
    See here for possible fixes:
    I've had it a few times and ended up doing a complete re-install. Hope you have a backup.

    trying  this
    no back f

    If you mean no backup of files you now need, then you have a problem.
    If you can boot to the command prompt using the procedure I linked to, then you should find your files and copy them to another device, like a USB stick, if you can.
    The process tries to make your system boot without going into the repair loop. It may work for you. Of course, if your system drive has errors, you are probably stuffed unless you replace it and start over, although somebody with a bit of computer skill may be able to recover files off the faulty drive.
    However, the "repair loop" is a known problem and I've had it more than once with a perfectly healthy SSD, which is still running to this day.

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  • aayush
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    how to get in safe mode thus can safe files  then system reset ?

  • victor2
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    aayush said:
    how to get in safe mode thus can safe files  then system reset ?


    Method 2 here:


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  • Do you have access to another PC ?
    Try downloading Windows from MS and run it from a USB stick as an "upgrade" - this will have the same effect as a windows back up - just ,make sure that you don't do a full install - that will format the drive and wipe everything
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