ASUS Computer not "starting up correctly"

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  1. supergamer368
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    So my ASUS (aka ANUS) computer (notebook PC, or so the label says) turns on to windows 10 right? Black screen for 20 minutes. Then, it says windows failed to start up correctly and lets me troubleshoot. whenever i do though, it just takes me back to the menu. If i soft-reset it (turn it off and back on, but not so that the computer shuts down completely) it says preparing automatic repair. but then i'm back at that stupid menu again!!!!!! Please help!!!!!!!!
     
  2. Originality

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    Sounds like corrupt system files. I would use Medicat to boot into Mini Windows 10 or Windows 10 Recovery and run from there. I don't remember the methods for automatic repair of system files, but Mini 10 lets you use a working WinPE environment to work from (running recovery apps and such) and Windows 10 Recovery has the usual Microsoft repair functions.
     
  3. Gizametalman

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    That sounds like you have troubles with Win.exe
    I think?
    Can you get into the bios?
     
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    Like hold F2 bios? yeah, i can also get to the troubleshoot menu. (It's also worth noting that selecting "reset this pc" will ask me to insert recovery media. when i tried, it said it was invalid. i tried every windows 10 version shown for the recovery media and still.) EDIT: IT IS REALLY WORTH NOTING THAT THIS PC DOES NOT HAVE A DVD DRIVE!!!!!!
     
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  5. Silverthorn

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    You don't need a DVD drive. You can launch Medicat or any recovery iso using a correctly formatted USB. Just use Rufus or similar, I think it should be linked in Medicat thread or you can easily google it.
     
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    Mini Windows 10 is up and running, what now?
     
  7. Gizametalman

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    What now?
    Well... check your system.
    Or install a new version of Windows using "Mini Windows 10" (Don't know what that is, and don't want to know)
    Try checking that every single file needed by Windows in order to run correctly are there, if not, then download all you may need.

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    Someone told me that you can use a USB to run a backup. My notebook doesn't have a DVD drive either.
     
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    I downloaded the original Windows 10 installer from Microsoft. Using Rufus to make it bootable. Got my Product Key from Mini Windows 10 (application ProduKey, it tells you your product key)
     
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    THE PROBLEM IS STILL THAT WINDOWS ISN'T STARTING CORRECTLY, DOES ANYONE KNOW HOW TO FIX IT?
     
  10. Boogieboo6

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    If I were you, I'd try and use a live linux usb, nuke Windows, then try and install Windows again.

    EDIT: Boot the Windows installer from the usb and install?
     
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    installer sucks and won't let me on ANY PARTITION ON MY DRIVE. Also, my actual OS is Windows 10, but if I boot normally, automatic repairs takes me to a troubleshoot screen where i can "Exit and continue to Windows 8.1.... WHY DOES IT SAY 8.1?!?!?!
     
  12. Boogieboo6

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    It does that on my Win 10 laptop too, also by Asus, chill put. By won't let you on any partition, don't you have to erase at least 1 partition to make free space?
     
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    Every partition has sufficient space, but it still says no.
     
  14. Boogieboo6

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    Yeah, I've been through that installer like 3 times now thanks to my Linux adventures. Use the erase button and erase at least 1 partition. Format button might also work. No changes are made until you start installation so play around and see what works.
     
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    So, uh, it's OK to format C:?
     
  16. Boogieboo6

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    Yep. All your documents and stuff are gonna be deleted tho.
     
  17. supergamer368
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    I didn't have much anyway so.
     
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    Side thing, I recommend using ninite so you can install stuff fast like 7-zip, Steam, Google Chrome, and Skype.
     
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    OH CRAP. So, I formatted C: and:
    Windows cannot be installed to this disk. The selected disk is of the GPT
    partition style.

    Windows cannot be installed to this disk. This computer's hardware may not
    support booting to this disk. (WTF) Ensure that the disk's controller is enabled in
    the computer's BIOS menu.
     
  20. Boogieboo6

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    Since installation never started, changes probably weren't applied. Your C: drive should be just like it was before. Hey, I've gotta go to my next class now. I'll help out when I can, but you can PM me whenever. I can definitely get to you in 4 ish hours, because that's when school's out.
     
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