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Windows 10: Resolve startup problems with the Advanced Boot Options
 
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How to fix startup problems, access Safe Mode and restore or reset your PC using Windows 10's advanced startup options. Get the full guide at http://www.WindowsKnowHow.com
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Advanced Boot Options in Windows 7 - How To Access
 
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Advanced Boot Options in Windows 7 The following topics are covered in this video: advanced boot options Windows 7 repair your computer missing advanced boot options acer laptop advanced boot options menu advanced boot options in Windows 7 advanced boot options dell advanced boot options no repair your computer advanced boot options advanced boot options Windows 7 advanced boot options menu Windows 7 advanced boot options dell Windows 7 advanced boot options debugging mode advanced boot options dell inspiron advanced boot options for Windows 7 advanced boot options repair your computer advanced boot options Windows 7 professional Windows 7 advanced boot options This tutorial will apply for computers, laptops, desktops, and tablets running the Windows 10, Windows 8/8.1, Windows 7 operating systems.Works for all major computer manufactures (Dell, HP, Acer, Asus, Toshiba, Lenovo, Samsung)
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Window 7 System Restore From the Advanced Boot Options menu "Dell
 
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Window 7 System Restore From the Advanced Boot Options menu https://www.fixtarget.com https://www.facebook.com/fixtargets 1. Restart your computer. 2. As your computer restarts, press and hold the F8 key before the Windows logo appears to open theAdvanced Boot Options menu. 3. Use the Arrow keys to select Repair Your Computer, and then press Enter. 4. Select your language settings, and click Next. 5. Log on as an administrator, and click OK. 6. Click System Restore, and then click Next. 7. The most recent restore point is the default choice and the best place to start. 8. To choose a different restore point, click the Show more restore points check box, and then click a restore point. 9. Click Next, and then click Finish to confirm your restore point. 10. To start the restore process, click Yes. 11. Once the system restore is complete, click Restart to restart your computer. How to Restore Laptop Windows 7 How to Restore PC Windows 7 System Restore Windows 7 windows 7 restore from boot Windows 7 System Restore
Views: 12707 Fixtarget
Boot Menu on Dell Laptop Setup Bios Mode 2019
 
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On most Packard Bell systems, you can use the F12 key on boot to select the drive or network from which loading the operating system. In case the F12 option does not work, you may need to enable this function. For older computers with traditonal BIOS: Step 1. Insert USB flash drive to the computer. Step 2. When power on or restart your computer, press BIOS Key to enter BIOS Setup Utility. Step 3. Enter Boot option tab, and go to Boot device Priority item. On Boot device Priority item, choose USB drive or USB HDD as the first boot device. Step 4. Press F10 to save the BIOS setting, and restart computer. Example for setting traditional computer boot from USB drive: 1. Phoenix Award BIOS 1-1 Press Del to enter BIOS setting screen while powering on computer. 1-2 Choose Advanced BIOS Features. 1-3 On the Advanced BIOS Features screen, choose Hard Disk Boot Priority. 1-4 Move USB device to the first place of Hard Disk Boot Priority by pressing “+” or “-“, press ESC back to the previous step. 1-5 Select First Boot Device. There is no option such as USB-HDD, USB-ZIP, so choose Hard Disk as the first boot device. 2. Award BIOS (older) 2-1 Press Del and enter BIOS setting screen while powering on computer. 2-2 Choose Advanced BIOS Features. 2-3 On the Advanced BIOS Features screen, choose Hard Disk Boot Priority. 2-4 Move USB device to the first place of Hard Disk Boot Priority by pressing "+" or "-", press ESC back to the above step. 2-5 there are options like USB-HDD, USB-ZIP etc. Select Hard Disk or USB-HDD, USB-ZIP as the first boot device. 3. AMI BIOS 3-1 Press Del or other Bios Key to enter BIOS. 3-2 Press direction keys to move your mouse to BOOT. 3-3 Press up and down arrow keys to move mouse to Boot settings/Boot device Priority, and press Enter. 3-4 In Boot device Priority menu, press up and down keys to move mouse to 1st boot Device. And then press Enter. 3-5 Select Removable Device as the first boot device. If you have not chosen USB device as the first boot device for Hard Disk Drives, there will not be USB device. But you can choose Removable Device as the first boot device. If you have set the first boot device for Hard Disk Drives, now you can select USB device as the first boot device directly. 3-6 Press F10 to save BIOS settings and exit. Keys for various BIOS/UEFI: Mainboard Vendor Laptop Desktop computer Brand BIOS Keys Brand BIOS/UEFI Keys Brand BIOS/UEFI Keys Asus F2,DEL Lenovo F1, F2 Lenovo F1, F2 Gigabyte F12 Acer DEL, F2 HP Esc, F10 MSI F11 Asus Del, F2 Acer DEL, F1, F2 Biostar F9 HP Esc, F10, F1 Dell F2 Soyo ESC or F12 Thinkpad Del, F8, F1 Hasee F12 Colorful ESC or F11 Dell F2 Asus F9 Asrock F11 Hasee F12 Founder F12 Onda F11 Toshiba F1, F2, ESC, F12 Tsinghua Tongfang F12 UNIKA ESC Samsung F2, F10 Haier F12 ASL F10 IBM Del Benq F8 Intel F12 Sony F1, F2, F3 Foxconn ESC or F12 Fujitsu F2 Gamen F11 or F12 Haier F12 Topstar F11 or F12 Founder F12 Yeston F8 Tsinghua Tongfang F12 CTHIM F12 MSI F11 Jetway ESC Benq F9 Elite ESC or F11 Gigabyte F12 Maxsun ESC Gateway F1,F2 eMachines F12 SOLUTION Enabling the F12 function: Power on the system. When the first logo screen appears, press the F2 key to enter the BIOS. Press the right arrow key to select Main. Use the arrow keys to navigate to F12 Boot Menu, and press ENTER. Select Enabled, and press ENTER. Press the F10 key to save changes and restart the system. Redmi note 3 - https://youtu.be/oOq7eAiWzp4 Reset Bios Setting On Dell - https://youtu.be/OeW7UxQBwGc Pls Subscribe My Channel for more update... Don't Forget to like & share this video Any query please msg on whatsapp...7654321958 thak you... https://googlezone7.blogspot.in/ https://www.youtube.com/c/GoogleZone http://www.youtube.com/c/AkshayBittu https://www.facebook.com/Google-Zone-504506463081987/ https://twitter.com/googlezone7 https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/115992251944538102090/115992251944538102090?pageId=115992251944538102090
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How to Configure Boot Settings in Windows 10 (Official Dell Tech Support)
 
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Learn how to configure boot settings in Windows 10 and gain a better understanding of the bios boot options available including Legacy and UEFI. For more information please visit http://dell.com/support For support questions email us at [email protected] VIDEO TRANSCRIPT Welcome to Dell Tech Support. Want to know more about how the boot process of your computer works? In today’s video we’ll cover this, as well as how to customize the boot process according to your needs. When you turn on the computer, it goes through the following steps. The BIOS loads all the physical components first. Then the POST does a quick check on all of them to make sure each one is okay. And finally the BOOT loads and starts the Operating System, this of course all happens in just a few quick seconds. To customize the BOOT process, turn on your computer and press the F2 key repeatedly to access the BIOS. Go to the BOOT tab and check the options available for customization. The Secure Boot is responsible for protecting your Operating System. When this option is Enabled, your system can only be replaced or partitioned through the restoration process (DELL warranty covers ONLY the original Operating System). Legacy Option ROMs (Read Only Memory) is responsible for the default Legacy BIOS. It’s best to keep this option default as Enabled. But if you do decide to change it, back up your data beforehand as this type of change will be applied to your Operating System. The Boot List Option has 2 options: Legacy and UEFI. This is basically the firmware option you can choose to boot your device. Legacy is the oldest firmware for Operating Systems that will work with the MBR file format (Master Boot Record). UEFI stands for Unified Extensible Firmware Interface which speeds up the boot process but also protects the Operating System. It prevents a new system from being installed over the original factory installation and it is not possible to create other partitions in this mode. For additional information on understanding Boot Options within BIOS, check out the link provided in the video description below. http://www.dell.com/support/article/us/en/4/SLN142679/EN
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Advanced Boot Options in Windows 7
 
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Learn about the Advanced Boot Options available to get your computer going if it won’t start normally. Show Notes: http://helpfulvideotips.com/pdfs/AdvancedBootOptionsInWindows7.pdf
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Windows 8  How to go to advanced boot options
 
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How to get to the advanced boot options menu
Advanced boot options windows 7 in hindi // safe mode without using the F8 key
 
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How To Enter Advanced boot manger options settings// safe mode without using the F8 key namaskar dosto aaj ke video me mene aapko ye bataya he ki ham apne leptop ya computer me boot menu me kese enter karte he or kese windows 7,8 install karte he to aapko ye janna he to meri ye video jarur dekhye or like or comment karna mat bhulye.. नमस्कार दोस्तों आपका स्वागत हे हमारे इस विडियो में आज मेने इस विडियो में आपको यह बताया हे की आप अपने लेपटोप या कंप्यूटर में बूट मेनेजर में केसे जा सकते हे ओर केसे विंडोज ७,८ इनस्टॉल कर सकते हे अगर आपको जानना हे तो हमारी ये विडियो जरुर देखये ओर आपको हमारी ये विडियो पसंद आए हो तो like ओर कमेंट करना मत भुलये जय हिन्द.. अगर आप को यह विडियो पसंद आया तो कृपया लाइक करें और अगर आप कुछ कहना या पूछना चाहते है तो कृपया नीचे दिए गए कमेंट बॉक्स में लिखें धन्यवाद ! Subscribe Us For Daily Computer, Internet And Technology Learning Video Tutorials In Hindi अगर आप Computer, Internet & Technology के बारे में सीखना और जानना चाहते है तोह हमारे "HITS TIPS" YouTube चैनल को Subscribe कर ले |
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How To Enable Legacy Advanced Boot Option Menu In Windows 10
 
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This tutorial will show you how to enable the legacy F8 Safe Mode Boot Menu options in Windows 10. This tutorial will show how to both enable and disable the F8 boot menu in Windows 10. Booting Windows into Safe Mode is the most common method of Troubleshooting Windows problems. But unfortunately, most of the users are missing Windows Advanced Boot Menu as it does not appear even after tapping F8. Microsoft has decided to disable Boot Menu by default to speed up the Windows Booting Process. But that doesn't mean that it has been removed. You can still enable Windows Advanced Boot Menu [F8] just by running a simple dos command. Advanced Boot screen is the black screen which appears when you keep pressing the F8 button continuously during boot. The Advanced Boot Options include option to choose from normal booting, Safe Mode, Safe Mode with command Prompt and so on. This is done when you want to install a new operating system, you want to format your computer, open the computer in Safe Mode etc. The screen is definitely important and by default it is turned on. You can find it by pressing the F8 button uninterrupted. But if you have fast boot enabled, which is generally the case of Windows 10, you will not be able to find out the Advanced Boot options as the time span will be too small for you to press F8. You must be signed in as Administrator to enable or disable the feature. This tutorial will apply for computers, laptops, desktops,and tablets running the Windows 10 operating system (Home, Professional, Enterprise, Education) from all supported hardware manufactures, like Dell, HP, Acer, Asus, Toshiba,Lenovo, and Samsung).
Views: 33314 MDTechVideos
Boot Windows 7 in safe mode without using the F8 key
 
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If the F8 key is not working to get you into safe mode this video will show you how to get it done. Windows 7 | https://amzn.to/2Ysy0YD I am a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites.
Views: 347264 Spaz Tech
7 Ways to Boot to Advanced Startup Options in Windows 10
 
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7 Ways to Boot to Advanced Startup Options in Windows 10 If your having trouble with your computer and you want to troubleshoot or repair it, then booting to Advanced Startup Options is the way to start to fix any errors or BSOD you maybe having with your computer. Even if the pc wont boot up, you can still get to Advanced Startup Options 1. Boot to Advanced Startup Options from Power Menu 2. Boot to Advanced Startup Options from Windows 10 Installation USB or DVD 3. Boot to Advanced Startup Options from Command Prompt 4. Boot to Advanced Startup Options from a Hard Reboot 5. Boot to Advanced Startup Options from Settings in Windows 10 6. Boot to Advanced Startup Options from Recovery Drive 7. Advanced startup options windows 10 8. Advanced startup options windows 8 9. Advanced startup options windows 8.1 10. shutdown /r /o /f /t 00 11. shutdown /r /o and more Join our forum http://www.briteccomputers.co.uk/forum
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Fix Dell Stuck in Boot Loop or Freezes at Getting Windows Ready / Preparing Automatic Repair
 
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This video helps you diagnose reasons for your Dell being stuck in a boot loop. It takes you through multiple reasons and solutions for why your computer turns on part way and gets stuck somewhere in the startup process whether it be at diagnosing your PC, a black screen, a loading screen, preparing automatic repair, starting windows screen or some different kinds of blue screens, etc,. This video teaches you how to diagnose your computers problem yourself saving you on costly repairs. Videos: How to Fix a Laptop Screen That is Black https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QGdHE47sn4c&t=34s How to Fix a Dell Laptop that Won't Turn On / Freezes at start up / No Power Repair https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aCX8sMmdwQc Dell How to Install a Hard Drive and Do a Fresh Install of Windows 10 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=axSs5q7HR-0&t=25s How to Reset My Dell to Factory Settings Windows 8 / 10 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5eO-PW-0uMo&t=100s
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How to Fix a Computer that Won't Boot Up (Official Dell Tech Support)
 
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Learn how to fix a computer that won't boot up. We show you how to troubleshoot and fix no boot issues for both Laptops and Desktops with easy to do steps. Dell support article: No power, post, boot, video for Desktops... http://www.dell.com/support/article/us/en/19/SLN153751 Dell support article: No post for Notebooks... http://www.dell.com/support/article/us/en/19/SLN151805 For more information please visit http://dell.com/support For support questions email us at [email protected] TRANSCRIPT Welcome to Dell Tech Support. Sometimes your system refuses to boot into Windows after starting up. In this video we will go through some basic troubleshooting to determine why your PC is not booting and help to resolve this issue. First we need to verify if you are experiencing what is called a ‘No Boot issue’ and not another type of failure. Check if the computer completes the POST which is the initial power up: it is the Power-On Self-Test. If the computer advances past the Dell logo splash screen, but then hangs when attempting to load the operating system, then it is most likely a No Boot issue. If this is the case, it is best to run a hardware diagnostic. Watch our tutorial on running the ePSA test which you can access at the end of this video (Diagnose Hardware Issues on your Dell Computer https://youtu.be/rMBIyeelQA0 ). If all the diagnostic tests pass, reboot your system and take note of any specific error messages. If there are some, contact us and we will help you with a resolution. You can also check to see if the peripherals are causing interference. With your PC off, unplug all external devices, such as USB drives, printers, cameras and phones. For desktop computers, it is okay to keep the monitor, keyboard and mouse connected to the system. You should also remove any external media like DVDs and CDs and memory cards. Restart your PC to see if it is able to boot. If it can you are good, but you should check which peripheral is the culprit. Test each separately by restarting the system with only one connected at a time. Another thing to try is to reset the BIOS back to default values. Restart the computer and repeatedly press the F2 key at the Dell logo until you enter the system setup. Look for an option reset to default settings. Then save and exit. If your system is still unable to boot into Windows, you can reset your PC or restore it to factory settings. Watch these topics for information and access these at the end of this video (How to Perform a System Restore https://youtu.be/j5OZPb0Wdp4 and Creating a Recovery Drive in Win10 https://youtu.be/FQA2LrSvMtg ). To go even deeper, check out the Dell article links provided in the description below for advanced troubleshooting techniques. Read the Dell articles on No POST / No Boot topics (for Desktops http://www.dell.com/support/article/us/en/19/SLN153751 and for Notebooks http://www.dell.com/support/article/us/en/19/SLN151805 ). If you have any questions or need additional help, contact us through our social media support through Facebook or Twitter and a Dell tech expert will be happy to assist you. Thanks for watching. Be sure to check out our other tips and tutorials available on this channel, and please don’t forget to subscribe.
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Windows 10 How to get the advanced startup menu options
 
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If you want to gt to the andvanced startup menu this is the way in Windows 10
How to Enable F12 Boot Menu ?
 
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In this Video I will show you how to Enable F12 boot menu. Some time we want to install window but our f12 boot menu is not working because by defult it is disable. So by the help of this video you will know how to enable it, just follow the step in videos. For More Videos SUBSCRIBE our channel Also Like us on Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/rpmtechtips If you want any video from us, just fill the form below, and we will make video for you- https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScb_iOzfdKme2Ql001jdP8SlpdwMBR6gaM_CHLxUKOn6PAIiQ/viewform LIKE SHARE SUBSCRIBE :)
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How To Open BIOS Settings In Windows 7
 
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How to open bios settings and setup in Windows 7.Also how to boot computer from CD/DVD/USB by changing the boot order in the bios. Your computer includes a BIOS Setup utility for changing important computer settings. This document does not define specific default BIOS settings because too many differences exist between computer models. This document includes typical examples. Your system might be different. Keys to press (possibly some variation, but give these a try first): Dell: F2 HP:F10 Acer:F2 Asus:F2 Toshiba:F2 Lenovo:F1 (or F2) This tutorial will apply for computers, laptops, desktops,and tablets running the Windows 10, Windows 8/8.1, Windows 7 operating systems.Works for all major computer manufactures (Dell, HP, Acer, Asus, Toshiba, Lenovo, Samsung).
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UEFI Boot | How to Boot from CD's/DVD's/USB's
 
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In this tutorials, we look at the ways to boot from different devices on your UEFI computer. We show you how to access UEFI setup as well as change boot order. We show you how to boot in UEFI mode and Legacy mode. Thank You for taking time to watch this video. ______________________________________ This video was captured with Magewell "XI100DUSB-HDMIi" video capture dongle. http://www.magewell.com ______________________________________ Music:Kevin MacLeod Title: One Sly Move One Sly Move, Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
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How to Boot into Safe Mode On Windows 10 (3 Ways)
 
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Easy 3 ways to boot into Windows 10 Safe Mode learn how to start Windows Startup Settings (including safe mode) on Windows 10 Method 1: Using System Configuration tool 1. Press the Win+R key combination and type msconfig in the run. 2. Click the Boot tab. Check the "Safe boot" box and Click ok and your computer will boot into Safe Mode next time it restarts. Method 2: Shift + Restart Option Press the Power button from Start menu, or at Windows login screen. Then, press and hold the SHIFT key on your keyboard and click Restart. Method 3: Shift+F8 Hold the Shift button and mash the F8 key when Windows starts. This will sometimes boot you into the new advanced repair options. 1. Click on the Troubleshoot option 2. Now select Advanced Options. 3. Now choose the Windows Startup Settings option 4. Then hit the Restart button 5. Press the F4 key on your keyboard, to enable Safe Mode If F8 and Shift+F8 is not working or if Windows 10 doesn’t boot properly, then you can enable the legacy Advanced Boot Options menu that allows you to press F8 upon statup: watch this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EvtuANm_Zjs Tags: Enter Windows 10 Safe Mode, safe boot, How to enter safe boot, Windows 10 booting problem, Windows 10 Startup Settings, windows 10 safe boot options, windows 10 no safe mode, windows 10 booting to black screen, windows 10 booting problem, windows 10 boot failure, fix slow boot-up issues after free upgrade, Windows 10 slow boot
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HOW TO CHANGE UEFI BOOT TO LEGACY BOOT DELL LAPTOP 5559
 
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this channel can help you any mobile and laptop problems,
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How to Reset My Dell to Factory Settings  Windows 8 / 10
 
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This video will show you how to reset your Dell to Factory Settings. It will also show you how to reset it and keep your files. It will take you through resetting your computer without having to access Windows so that if the option on your computer for resetting is not working, or if your computer is not starting up all the way, or if you do not have your password, or you just like a quick easy option then this video is a great option for you.
Views: 126407 PC Monkey
How to Fix a Boot Up Problem (Official Dell Tech Support)
 
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Watch how to fix a boot up problem by checking BIOS settings. Having the proper settings can help resolve boot issues. Learn how to restore BIOS settings, change the boot mode (Legacy/UEFI), boot sequence and SATA operation. If you have questions or need support, contact us through social media on Facebook at www.facebook.com/dell and Twitter at www.twitter.com/dellcares You can also join in a chat on our Dell Community Forum at www.dell.com/community and click on Support Forums. To learn more about our Dell Community Forum check out http://dell.to/2tbhVvt For additional guidance with your PC's maintenance and troubleshooting visit http://dell.to/2te92S1
Views: 303488 TechSupportDell
How to boot DELL Latitude from eSATA
 
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This video shows you how to boot from eSATA on DELL Latitude.
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Fix Boot in Windows 10 (Official Dell Tech Support)
 
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Learn how to fix boot in Windows 10 when your PC is unable to load the Operating System. Most common boot issues can be resolved by using a few simple command prompts. If you have questions or need support, contact us through social media on Facebook at www.facebook.com/dell and Twitter at www.twitter.com/dellcares You can also join in a chat on our Dell Community Forum at www.dell.com/community and click on Support Forums. To learn more about our Dell Community Forum check out https://youtu.be/DojGXi57jB8 For additional guidance with your PC's maintenance and troubleshooting visit http://dell.com/support
Views: 88046 TechSupportDell
Advanced Power Settings Windows 10 (Official Dell Tech Support)
 
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Understand more about the advanced power settings Windows 10 to help you get the most out of your battery and learn the impact on your computer and its performance. PCs running Windows can have different options depending on their hardware; for example, a laptop with a battery versus a desktop without a battery. Additionally, desktops & laptops can have different options as well; such as the Hybrid option, which is a combination of the Sleep and Hibernate in which open documents and programs are put in memory and on your hard disk and your desktop goes into a low-power state. If you have questions or need support, contact us through social media on Facebook at www.facebook.com/dell and Twitter at www.twitter.com/dellcares You can also join in a chat on our Dell Community Forum at www.dell.com/community and click on Support Forums. To learn more about our Dell Community Forum check out http://dell.to/2tbhVvt For additional guidance with your PC's maintenance and troubleshooting visit http://dell.to/2te92S1
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cara mengatasi choose advanced boot options
 
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Dalam video ini, mempraktekan bagaimana cara mengatasi laptop atau komputer yang menampilkan "choose advance boot option" sebelum masuk windows. Dan tentunya hal ini dapat Kita diagnosa atau cek dengan mudah, bagian manakah yang menjadi penyebabnya, apakah windowsnya atau hardwarenya (perangkat keras)
Views: 10882 Grup Kuliah
How to Enable F8 Safe Mode Boot Menu in Windows 10
 
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How to Enable F8 Safe Mode Boot Menu in Windows 10 If you are unable to boot your computer to windows 10 desktop and your having trouble getting into safe mode. There is a option that will let you enable legacy Advanced Boot Options menu. You maybe familiar with tapping F8 upon startup to get into Advanced Boot Options. Well you can still enable this function in Windows 10. To Enable F8 boot menu in windows 10 bcdedit /set {default} bootmenupolicy legacy To disable F8 boot menu in windows 10 bcdedit /set {default} bootmenupolicy standard If you are having computer problems and need help or advise? join our forum for free http://www.briteccomputers.co.uk/forum
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How to Enable Boot Menu in acer Laptop | all PC | Windows 7/8.1/10
 
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System BIOS Boot Keys for Laptops/Desktop PCs Acer F2 (BIOS Setup) ALT + F2 (Boot Device Options) F12 (Boot Device Options) ALT + F10 (Acer eRecovery) ASUS ESC (Boot Selection Menu) F2 (BIOS Setup) F9 (Asus Laptop Recovery) Apple (Models 2006+) Command + Option + P + R (PRAM and NVRAM Reset) Command + S (Boot into Single-User Mode) Command + V (Boot with Verbose Status) Option (Select Hard Drive Boot Volume) Option + N (Boot Image from Netboot Server) Shift (Boot into Safe Mode) C (Boot from CD Drive) D (Boot from OS/X Recovery and perform Hardware Test) N (Boot from Network) Dell CTRL + F11 (Dell™ PC Restore by Symantec) F8 (Repair Your Computer) Dell Factory Image Restore EI Systems F10 (System Recovery) Fujitsu F2 (BIOS Setup) F12 (Boot Menu) Gateway F11 or R (Gateway Recovery) HP / Compaq Desktops F10 (HP Recovery) HP Pavilion / Compaq Laptops ESC (Startup Menu) F1 (System Information) F2 (System Diagnostic) F9 (Boot Device Options) F10 (BIOS Setup) F11 (System Recovery) IBM ThinkPad F11 (IBM Product Recovery) Intel NUC F2 (System Setup) F7 (BIOS Update) F10 (Boot Menu) iRULU Walknbook ESC (Boot Device Options) Lenovo Lenovo-OneKey-Button15x15 (Lenovo OneKey Rescue System) F2 (BIOS Setup) Packard Bell F11 (Recovery Program) Sony Vaio F10 (VAIO Recovery Wizard) Toshiba 0 (zero) (Toshiba Harddrive Recovery Utility) F2 (Setup Utility) F8 (Advanced Boot Options Menu) F12 (Boot Menu) Share, Support, Subscribe!!! Subscribe: https -https://goo.gl/RJQF7g Follow On Twitter - https://twitter.com/JagatGyan Follow On Google+ - https://plus.google.com/+JagatGyan Most Helpful videos 1: How to Format Windows 7 Ultimate https://goo.gl/g8NYux About: "JAGAT GYAN" we have created this channel for all those who want to know about their language in technology, in the "Jagat Gyan" channel, you will get a new video every day, You will find some information about mobile and computer :) "If you have any problem send it as a video or a screenshot to Email" "We will solve your problem." Email: [email protected] Disclaimer- Some contents are used for educational purpose under fair use. Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.
Views: 2682 Jagat Gyan
Dell laptop will not boot or restore
 
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my dell laptop will not restore or boot up or even boot with safe mode.. its currently running vista... i dont have a restore disc either.
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How to enter and use Automatic Repair Mode on Windows 10 - The easy way!
 
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Windows 10 can fix itself many times, with a little help from you. How to reset (refresh) a Windows 10 install: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=291GK91B9Tw How to reinstall Windows 10 without losing your files: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xh2Ujj6jQng The easy way! series: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLXoMfmZDOTAytDOB8Jb8ZXU-kaKpYdvxq
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Dell Vostro laptop boot problem and it's fixed!
 
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This laptop has a boot problem, in this video, you will see the troubleshoot and fixed the problem.
Views: 6399 Lexington Pc Clinic
How to Repair your Windows 7 Installation if it won't Boot (Official Dell Tech Support)
 
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Learn how to use the Windows System Restore feature to repair software issues from outside of the operating system. A Windows System Restore returns your computer to a previous time, removing recent changes to the software on your computer without destroying new files you may have saved or created. JJ, Here are some links to help you get Window,Drivers and Installed Software Installed. Manually Installing Windows 7 http://www.dell.com/support/contents/us/en/19/article/Product-Support/Self-support-Knowledgebase/windows-7-support?c=us&l=en&s=dhs&cs=19 Drivers http://www.dell.com/support/home/us/en/19?c=us&l=en&s=dhs Installed Software http://www.dell.com/support/contents/us/en/19/article/Product-Support/Self-support-Knowledgebase/app-software?c=us&l=en&s=dhs&cs=19 Other Installed Software https://smartsource.dell.com/Web/Welcome.aspx?ReturnUrl=%2fweb%2fmain.aspx
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How To Repair Windows 7 And Fix Corrupt Files Without CD/DVD [Tutorial]
 
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Repair Windows 7 startup using a built-in utility in Windows. Topics addressed in this tutorial: repair Windows 7 without CD repair windows 7 using command prompt repair Windows 7 boot repair Windows 7 without using CD repair windows 7 boot error 0xc00000e9 repair Windows 7 using automatic repair repair Windows 7 command prompt repair Windows 7 using usb repair Windows 7 startup repair windows 7 repair Windows 7 after changing motherboard repair Windows 7 after failed update repair Windows 7 after replacing motherboard repair windows 7 asus repair Windows 7 after new motherboard repair windows 7 command line repair Windows 7 corrupted files repair Windows 7 cmd how to repair Windows 7 without cd Startup Repair - or Automatic Repair in Windows 8, 8.1, and Reset in Windows 10 will try to automatically repair computers that are unbootable because of any of a number of reasons. Startup Issues this guide can help with : Has your Registry become corrupted? Are there missing or damaged system and driver files? Are you experiencing Disk metadata corruption like MBR, partition table, and boot sector or file system metadata corruption? Having issues installing problem or incompatible drivers? Installation of Windows service packs and patches coming back with incompatible errors? Corrupt boot configuration data? Bad memory and hard disk hardware errors? You will want to run a Startup Repair when you are experiencing these issues, but while its early enough that no other issues have been caused as a knock on effect. This tutorial will apply for computers, laptops, desktops,and tablets running the Windows 10, Windows 8/8.1, Windows 7 operating systems.Works for all major computer manufactures (Dell, HP, Acer, Asus, Toshiba, Lenovo, Samsung)
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How to enter Safe Mode, Advanced Boot Options menu on Windows 8/8.1
 
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Enable the "Advanced Boot Options" menu: Press and hold "Shift key" while Restarting or Press "ALT+F10" during Acer Logo appears.
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How to Boot into Safe Mode On Windows 8 / 8.1
 
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How to Boot into Safe Mode On Windows 8 / Windows 8.1(2015) Hold the Shift button and mash the F8 key when Windows starts. This will sometimes boot you into the new advanced repair options. If F8 and Shift+F8 is not working, read other methods here http://goo.gl/mxLdSM Also Watch : How to Boot Safe Mode On Windows 10 : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TwIOazT1BxU 1. Click on the Troubleshoot option 2. Now select Advanced Options. 3. Now choose the Windows Startup Settings option 4. Then hit the Restart button Getting To Safe Mode From Within Windows 8 1. Press the Win+R key combination and type msconfig in the run box 2. Click the Boot tab. Check the "Safe boot" box and select "Minimal" for a typical safe boot. Click Apply and your computer will boot into Safe Mode next time it restarts. How to boot Windows 8 into Safe Mode
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How to Boot Your Computer in Safe Mode
 
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Watch more How to Understand Computers videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/313374-How-to-Boot-Your-Computer-in-Safe-Mode Maintaining your computer sometimes requires you to boot up in safe mode to fix problems or save your work. Step 1: Restart or turn on your computer Turn on your computer or restart it by going to the Start menu, clicking on Shut Down, selecting Restart, and clicking OK. For Vista users, go into the Start menu, click on the arrow to the right of the padlock icon, and select Restart. Tip If you're computer is frozen, hold Control, Alt, and Delete to bring up a window with the option to restart your computer Step 2: Tap F8 while computer is booting Tap the F8 key at a steady pace while the computer boots, until the Windows Advanced Options menu appears. Step 3: Select Safe Mode option Use the arrow keys to move the highlight bar to the Safe Mode option located at the top of the menu. Once this is highlighted, press Enter. Step 4: Choose your operating system Choose the operating system you want to boot by moving the highlight bar over it and then pressing Enter. Step 5: Select Yes for entering safe mode Confirm your choice to run in safe mode by selecting Yes in the dialogue box. You're now running your computer in safe mode. Did You Know? Running anti-virus and anti-spyware scans in Safe Mode makes them both faster and more effective.
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3 methods to access Advanced Startup Options in Windows 10
 
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If you have problem on Windows 8/10, for instance, unexpected system shutdown, blue screen error, infected with virus/malware, and hence, the system is unstable, you can troubleshoot the problem by access advanced startup. Advanced startup options allow you to perform these actions: - Boot into safe mode to fix problem about installed programs and drivers. - Fix boot problem with startup repair - Restore system with System Restore or System Image Backup - Reinstall Windows with ‘reset your PC’ feature In this video, I will show 3 methods to access advanced startup options in Windows 10. 1. Access advanced startup options from Windows by hold ‘Shift’ key while select ‘Restart’ 2. Boot to advanced startup options with Windows installation media or recovery drive 3. Use hard reset to access advanced startup options
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Boot to Safe Mode in Windows 10 - Enable F8 Key
 
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Learn how to start Windows 10 in Safe Mode using F8 key when you can't boot in to windows operating system. Enable or disable F8 Safe Mode boot up option (Advanced Boot Options) to help troubleshoot windows 10 problems To Enable : Type BCDEDIT /SET {DEFAULT} BOOTMENUPOLICY LEGACY command and press Enter. To Disable : Use the BCDEDIT /SET {DEFAULT} BOOTMENUPOLICY STANDARD command instead and press Enter. Easy 3 ways to boot into Windows 10 Safe Mode with in the operating system, Watch : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TwIOazT1BxU Enter Windows 10 Safe Mode when you can't boot in to windows, how to safe boot, How to enter windows 10 safe boot, Windows 10 booting problem, Windows 10 Startup Settings, windows 10 safe boot options, windows 10 no safe mode, windows 10 booting to black screen
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How To Change Boot Order In Computer BIOS [For Beginners]
 
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This tutorial demonstrates how to launch the built-in BIOS utility to change the boot order of your devices on your computer. If you are looking to set the primary boot device to a usb flash drive/stick or CD/DVD follow these steps. If you ever want to change these settings back, you can do so following the keyboard shortcuts located in the BIOS. Remember to always save your changes before closing out of the utility. To boot from a CD, DVD or USB device, make sure that the device has boot sequence priority over the hard drive. BIOS (Basic Input Output Subsystem) is a programmable chip that controls how information is passed to various devices in the computer system. A typical method to access the BIOS settings screen is to press ESC, F1, F2, F8 or F10 during the boot sequence. BIOS settings allow you to run a boot sequence from a floppy drive, a hard drive, a CD-ROM drive or an external device. You may configure the order that your computer searches these physical devices for the boot sequence. The first device in the order list has the first boot priority. For example, to boot from a CD-ROM drive instead of a hard drive, place the CD-ROM drive ahead of the hard drive in priority. Before you set boot priority for a USB device, plug the device into a USB port. To specify the boot sequence: 1. Start the computer and press ESC, F1, F2, F8 or F10 during the initial startup screen. Depending on the BIOS manufacturer, a menu may appear. 2. Choose to enter BIOS setup. The BIOS setup utility page appears. 3. Use the arrow keys to select the BOOT tab. System devices appear in order of priority. 4. To give a CD or DVD drive boot sequence priority over the hard drive, move it to the first position in the list. 5. To give a USB device boot sequence priority over the hard drive, do the following: Move the hard drive device to the top of the boot sequence list. Expand the hard drive device to display all hard drives. Move the USB device to the top of the list of hard drives. Save and exit the BIOS setup utility. 6. The computer will restart with the changed settings. 7. Boot Priority Options Some computer manufacturers allow you to select the device that contains the boot sequence from a special device selection menu. The example below uses a Dell system board. To set boot priority using a device selection menu: 1.When the computer starts to boot up, after the manufacturer's ID screen, press F12 several times. The device selection menu appears. 2. Use the up and down arrows to select CD-ROM or an USB Flash Drive. 3. To boot from the selected device, press ENTER. Note: Using an incorrect BIOS setting can cause a system malfunction. Please follow the BIOS guide provided with your computer motherboard. If you read these instructions and you are not sure how to change a setting, it is better to leave it as the default setting. This tutorial will apply for computers, laptops, desktops,and tablets running the Windows 10, Windows 8/8.1, Windows 7 operating systems.Works for all major computer manufactures (Dell, HP, Acer, Asus, Toshiba, Lenovo, Samsung).
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How To Always Show Or Hide Advanced Startup Settings In Windows 10
 
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The Advanced Boot Options screen is the old black screen at boot like in Windows 7 and previous Windows. Advanced Boot Options lets you start Windows in advanced troubleshooting modes like Advanced Startup Options. However, you access the Advanced Boot Options screen by turning on your computer and keep tapping the F8 key before Windows starts. TURN ON: bcdedit /set {globalsettings} advancedoptions true TURN OFF: bcdedit /set {globalsettings} advancedoptions false This tutorial will apply for computers, laptops, desktops,and tablets running the Windows 10 operating system (Home, Professional, Enterprise, Education) from all supported hardware manufactures, like Dell, HP, Acer, Asus, Toshiba,Lenovo, and Samsung).
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Dell Bios Tutorial Latitude D630
 
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Show how to navigate the Dell Bios, and changing the boot order.
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Windows Loads Slow | How to Speed Up Windows 7 Startup
 
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To Speed Up Windows 7: http://www.delete-computer-history.com/speed-up-windows-7.html What to to do when Windows Loads Slow? You can use Windows 7 Booting option to speed up booting time easily. Using the advanced Boot Options can reduce booting time in Windows considerable. You can access the Boot Options through the system configuration menu. Eliminating GUI boot, reducing Time Out options and maxing out the memory are good was to speed up Windows 7 boot time.
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How To Enable F8 Boot Menu in Windows 10 / Windows 8.1 | The Teacher
 
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Booting Windows into Safe Mode is the most common method of Troubleshooting Windows problems. But unfortunately, most of the users are missing Windows Advanced Boot Menu as it does not appear even after tapping F8. Microsoft has decided to disable Boot Menu by default to speed up the Windows Booting Process. But that doesn't mean that it has been removed. You can still enable Windows Advanced Boot Menu [F8] just by running a simple dos command. Watch this video to know the various method of entering Windows into Safe Mode and How to enable Windows Advanced Boot Menu F8? This tutorial applies to: Windows 10 / Windows 8 Narrated By: Emma (TTS) Check Out My Other Works ======================== For More Microsoft Windows 10 Tutorial Videos Visit @ https://goo.gl/4aJGnP Watch Best How To and Tips and Tricks Videos @ https://goo.gl/qzrP13 Watch Excel 2016 Tutorials @ https://goo.gl/CDgCaL Watch Word 2016 Tutorials @ https://goo.gl/zZx9Bk Watch More PowerPoint 2016 Tutorials @ https://goo.gl/YSFjgt Top 40 PowerPoint Animation Tutorials, That You Might Haven't Seen Before https://youtu.be/sz4PpIpzoQ8 Watch More Motion Graphics in PowerPoint Tutorials : https://goo.gl/7ujIsn For More Animated Motion Backgrounds : https://goo.gl/dk5pjk Watch More Animated Loaders and Spinners : https://goo.gl/P1Py0r For Kinetic Typographic and Advanced Text Animation in PowerPoint : https://goo.gl/b3fuys Subscribe Us @ http://www.youtube.com/theteacher Like Us @ http://www.facebook.com/bemyteacher Circle Us on Google Plus @ http://www.google.com/+theteacher Visit Us @ http://www.theteacherpoint.blogspot.com Presented By | The Teacher
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How To Repair Master Boot Record In Windows 7/8/10 - Without CD
 
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Error: The boot selection failed because a required device is inaccessible. This tutorial will show you how to fix, reset and repair the master boot record in Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 10. If you have boot errors and are having issues booting into Windows, there is a good chance the problem is stemming from the MBR. As I state in the video, as long as you can make it into Safe Mode with Command Prompt functionality, you can follow along with this tutorial. You might receive the following error alert: Windows Boot Manager Windows failed to start. A recent hardware of software change might be the cause. Status: 0xc000000e Info: The boot selection failed because a required device is inaccessible. This tutorial will apply for computers, laptops, desktops,and tablets running the Windows 10, Windows 8/8.1, Windows 7 operating systems.Works for all major computer manufactures (Dell, HP, Acer, Asus, Toshiba, Lenovo, Samsung).
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How to Restore Dell Windows 7 Computer to Factory Settings
 
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In this video, professional computer tech Steve, shows how to easily restore a Dell laptop computer back to factory settings. This simple procedure works on most Dell laptop and desktop computer systems with Microsoft Windows 7 installed. The procedure shown here is considered a destructive restore and any user data saved on the hard drive will be erased. Save your photos, music and documents before following this lesson tutorial to avoid loosing it. *Twitter: http://twitter.com/GuruBrewShow *Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/guru.brew All Materials Found Here (c) The Guru Brew Tech Web Show Visit us on the web at: http://www.GuruBrewShow.com
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Windows 8 - Recovery from Boot Option Menu
 
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85EN - Windows 8 Startup Options - Starting Recovery : Press and hold " Shift key " while Restarting. Windows 8 - System Recovery Options: Using Acer Recovery Management to restore Windows 8 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uwh-ee6NFI4 Start Windows 8 Recovery from Boot Option Menu http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YSdOc663AGw
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UEFI Change Boot Order Tips
 
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Visit my website at: http://www.password-reset.com How to access your UEFI (BIOS) on newer computers running Windows 8. Changing your boot order to start from a bootable USB drive or CD/DVD.
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How to Fix Automatic Repair Loop in Windows 10 - Startup Repair Couldn’t Repair Your PC [2019]
 
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How to Format and Clean Install Windows 10 [Tutorial]
 
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Format and clean install windows 10 in this step by step tutorial. The Windows 10 upgrade process drags old files, settings, and programs from your previous Windows system to your new one. If you want a completely fresh system, though, you have a couple options. This is particularly useful if you’ve purchased a new Windows 10 PC and it includes manufacturer-installed bloatware you don’t want. Or, you may need to perform a clean install on a computer without an existing Windows system after installing a new hard drive. Of course, you’ll miss out on the good pre-installed apps, like the free DVD player program that comes with many PCs. Previously, Microsoft forced users to upgrade to Windows 10 before they could start fresh and do a clean install–which was annoyingly complicated and time-consuming. Now, things are much easier, since you can activate Windows 10 with a Windows 7, 8, or 8.1 key. The classic method of performing a clean install is still our go-to option with Windows 10. You just need to download and create installation media, either on a DVD or a flash drive, and install it from there. Download the Windows 10 media creation tool from Microsoft. This tool will download the correct Windows 10 installation files for your system, and help you create an installation DVD or flash drive. Start it up and select the “Create installation media for another PC” option to create installation media. Be sure to select the correct type of installation media for the copy of Windows 10 that’s licensed for your PC — Windows 10 Home or Professional. (If “Windows 10” is the only option, you can safely use that and it will detect what version you want.) You should also choose your language and select whether you want the 32-bit or 64-bit version of Windows here. Most people will want the 64-bit version, but you can create installation media that includes both, and the installer will automatically select the most appropriate one when you use it to install Windows on a computer. Install Windows 10 from the installation media like you would any other operating system. Restart your computer with the USB drive or DVD inserted, and boot from that device. This may require you change a setting in the BIOS, access a boot menu, or use the “Use a device” option in the advanced startup options on a modern Windows 8 or 10 device that includes UEFI firmware instead of the traditional BIOS. Select “Install Now” once the Windows installer starts. Next, you’ll see the activation screen. What you do here depends on your situation: If you’ve never installed and activated Windows 10 on this computer before, you’ll see the activation screen. Enter your Windows 10 key here. If you don’t have one, but you have a valid 7, 8, or 8.1 key, enter it here instead. If you’ve ever installed and activated Windows 10 on this computer before, click “I don’t have a product key”. Windows will automatically activate once it’s installed. The second situation works because of how Windows 10 activates PCs. When you install and activate Windows 10 on a system for the first time, the installer confirms that you have a “genuine Windows” system installed and registers your hardware with Microsoft’s servers. After that, you shouldn’t have to enter that key again on the same PC–Microsoft will recognize your hardware the next time you install Windows 10 on that machine, confirm it’s registered, and automatically activate itself. Go through the setup process normally until you see the “Which type of installation do you want?” screen. Select the “Custom” option to ensure you’re performing a clean install and not an upgrade install. Partition your system drive however you like. If you just have a single Windows partition, you can tell the installer to overwrite it. If you have many partitions, you could delete them all and tell Windows 10 to install itself in the unallocated space. After you log into your new, cleanly installed Windows 10 system, it should automatically activate itself after you connect to the Internet. To ensure it activated correctly, open the Start menu and click on Settings. click the Update & Security button, and go to the “Activation” tab. This tutorial will apply for computers, laptops, desktops,and tablets running the Windows 10 operating system (Home, Professional, Enterprise, Education) from all supported hardware manufactures, like Dell, HP, Acer, Asus, Toshiba,Lenovo, and Samsung).
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