Question Endless boot loop, cant enter safe mode.

Dec 27, 2019
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Hi,
Im Ilan Westerhof and I recently reset my pc only to find out I got stuck in an endless boot loop. The boot loop only reaches the boot screen and then it reboots. I never actually enter Windows, and I tried booting info safe mode but i never even got to the menu.
Is there any way to fix this? because i really need my pc.
 

Mr.Spock

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might try F8
Hi,
Im Ilan Westerhof and I recently reset my pc only to find out I got stuck in an endless boot loop. The boot loop only reaches the boot screen and then it reboots. I never actually enter Windows, and I tried booting info safe mode but i never even got to the menu.
Is there any way to fix this? because i really need my pc.
 
Dec 27, 2019
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might try F8
I tried f8, F10, f12, shift and I die a cmos reset aswell as restoring the bios to normal.
Nothing worked. Oh and i also tried to force my wat info safe mode with the restarting method, but that didn't work either.
 
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Dec 27, 2019
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Hi, Im Ilan Westerhof.

I recently reset my pc only to find out I got stuck in an endless boot loop. The boot loop only reaches the boot screen and then it reboots. I never actually enter Windows, and I tried booting info safe mode but i never even got to the menu.
Is there any way to fix this? because i really need my pc.
Edit: I tried f8, F10, F12 and shift, i also removed the battery to reset my cmos.
 

rgd1101

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unplug the other 2 screen?
 
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if this was following a windows update there was a recent update that caused an endless reboot loop like this.
If that is the case use a system recovery disk or safe boot into DOS , there is a couple of files that need to be deleted, cant rem,ember what google is your friend here
 

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What Windows version do you have?
You can try with a Windows disc to reach the CMD and replace registry files, if you have older versions in there!
Do you know to use cmd?
see if you can go to the windows\ system32\config folder ( copy those files to another folder first! ), then see if you have any older versions backed up in there to replace them.
 
Dec 27, 2019
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What Windows version do you have?
You can try with a Windows disc to reach the CMD and replace registry files, if you have older versions in there!
Do you know to use cmd?
see if you can go to the windows\ system32\config folder ( copy those files to another folder first! ), then see if you have any older versions backed up in there to replace them.
Well i couldnt het into Windows or safe mode at all, so i Just reinstalled Windows and now im gonna call Microsoft for my code
 

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