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RebelGamer137

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My Father's Toshiba Satellite won't boot into Windows, the Microsoft logo shows up and it gets to the next screen then nothing happens. I am not sure of the model number. Is there any idea why its doing this?

 

EDIT we get the code 0xc00000e

 

 

EDIT 2- It won't even boot into Safemode.


Edited by RebelGamer137, 26 November 2020 - 07:04 AM.

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Go to:

https://www.microsof...nload/windows10

 

Scroll to:

Create Windows 10 installation media

 

Click on Download Tool Now

 

Save and then right click and Run As Admin

 

You want to use the tool to create a bootable USB drive following the instructions under:

https://www.microsof...88c0e053ec=True

 

Once you get it made then you stick it in the sick PC and boot off it.  (You may need to change the boot order to have it look at the USB before the hard drive.  That's usually done in the BIOS/CMOS setup which you get to on a Toshiba Satellite by pressing F2 about the time you see the Toshiba logo during a boot.)

 

Once you get it to boot

 
 
When you see the Install Windows page, tap or click Repair your computer to start the Windows Recovery Environment.
 
In the Windows Recovery Environment, on the Choose an option screen, tap or click Troubleshoot.
 
Tap or click, advanced options and then click on Startup repair.

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