I'm stuck in the Win10 repair loop. It continually tries to find the issue and repair it. Then it gives me the blue screen with further options. I've tried several things to get out of the loop...
But I think the problem stems from a driver update I did. I had a sound issue -- all sound suddenly cut out. Flash, via YouTube vids crashing, has caused this in the past, Bud not for a very long while. What I did was go into device manager, disable the sounds drivers, then re- enable them. But this time I decided to update one of the two sounds drivers ... And it was after that that i got the ":( sorry..." Screen which brought me into the repair loop.
I'm thinking, if I can delete or roll back the driver via the command prompt, that MIGHT fix it. Can some one tell me how to delete my sound drivers via the command prompt (or roll them back)?
I'd you're curious, Below are further details of what I've tried so far.
I tried choosing the safe mode option, but it won't work. I just end up back in the loop. I tried choosing option 7 in the repair menu (something about not checking drivers when booting). And I tried a fix I found on YouTube. W/it you go to the command prompt option, copy your (If I recall) ms config directory, and do something else I can't recall, and it's supposed to "permanently fix" the problem.
And, for some reason, I have no restore points (which I don't understand) -- it's another option in the repair options menu.
Edited by Phlegmbot, 21 April 2016 - 11:31 PM.