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- Turn on your PC
- Press F2 or del (or the dedicated key to access bios)
- Check parameters for HDD and be sure that the boot sequence is well made as the hdd order
- Press F10 and restart your PC
- At boot press F8 for win7 or F4/F5 for win10, and try the without fail mod
- If it works, check the windows diary, to know what happened on last shutdown
- If it doesn't work, follow instructions below
If you have a dvd of windows (the one currently installed), insert this disk in your player and boot on the DVD
- Follow instructions and try the boot sequence reparation (Windows proposes you options, check carefully)
- Windows wil search current installation on hdd and will propose you to repair the boot sequence, do it.
- Just follow what windows says and restart when required (Put away the dvd from the player before next boot)
- Let me know ;)
Substanz thank you very much.
I tried the system repair using the dvd and it worked. The system volume was corrupt.
Thanks to all who helped.