To make a very long story short, I'm stuck in the Advanced System Startup, and I don't know how to get to my sign in screen or Windows.
Yesterday I tried a full system recovery, in order to clean up my lap top a bit. It was taking very long compared to the last time I did one. Over 2 hours of a black screen with a loading icon after saying 99% done with updates or something along that line. So I figured I would restart it and see if I could continue doing what I was doing before, and try another recovery when I went to sleep.
The first time I reset it, it said something along the line of "Undoing Updates" then went back to the black screen with a loading icon. I figured that it was going to attempt the recovery again. So I shut it down and took out it's battery and restarted it. I looked online (with another laptop) and came to the conclusion (in my head) that doing a advanced settings boot by pressing f11 would let me bypass this screen. It did, but this is where my problems really began.
Ever since I have been on a blue screen with 5 options, headlining "Choose an option" The options are 'continue: exit and continue to Windows Recovery Environment' , Troubleshoot , Use a device , Turn off your PC , and Use another operating system.
I've clicked on Troubleshoot to try and Reset my PC, tried both keep my files and remove them all. Neither work, and I just keep getting an error saying "There was a problem resetting your PC. No changes were made."
I've also tried in the Troubleshoot tab to go to 'Advanced settings' and do a System Restore, which gives me another error stating " No restore points have been created on your computers system drive. To create a restore point open "system.protection." Which I've tried but I get ANOTHER error saying "System protection is available only in online operation system."
Next I tried Startup Repair, which doesn't work as well. After reboot it says it's attempting repairs, then "Startup Repair couldn't repair your PC."
Which leads me back to "Choose an option." The last option I've tried is Startup Settings, again no luck.
My laptops a Toshiba Satellite C75D-B7304 if that helps! Please help me out if you come across this thread. Also I was running Windows 10.
Edited by EddieNeedsHalp, 20 September 2016 - 12:32 AM.