How to Repair Windows 10

Start Windows In Safe Mode, Windows won’t start. Start in safe mode if the computer does not boot. Windows 10 stays on startup repair. Windows 10 Safe Mode opening cmd

When our computer crashes for an unknown reason, it tries to repair itself. Especially if the computer does not start at startup, it tries to repair with the startup repair feature. Sometimes it works just as well, sometimes the startup repair doesn’t work. In this case, we will try to explain to you how we can open your computer, recover our files and possibly repair our computer.

Windows won’t start; Start Windows In Safe Mode

For the first stage, we need to have a Windows 10 installation media on hand. So a windows dvd or a windows preloaded usb stick. If you do not have it, you should go to the article named Create Bootable Windows USB Drive here and install Windows 10 on your usb memory.

  1. If your usb stick with windows is ready, plug it into the computer. However, first you need to enter Bios and close Secure boot and activate the usb boot options. After making these adjustments, boot your computer from the windows usb memory.
  2. You will see a screen like the picture below. While on this screen, press Shift + F10 keys together on your keyboard.

Start Windows In Safe Mode

  1. After pressing Shift + F10 keys together on the keyboard, the black cmd screen will open as below. Enter the command “bcdedit /set {default} safeboot minimal” on this screen and press the “ENTER” key on the keyboard.

Start Windows In Safe Mode

  1. When Windows starts after this command, it will now boot in safe mode. After safe mode is turned on. It can uninstall the program that caused the error if you have it on your computer. Can scan for viruses. You can recover your files from your computer.
  2. With safe mode, you can turn off safe mode to turn it off after you are done.

Turn off Windows Safe Mode

  1. Press the Windows + R KeyWin+R keys together on your keyboard.
  2. The Run window will open. Type “msconfig” in the Open field and press the OK Button.


  1. When the system configuration screen opens, switch to the “Boot” tab. Then remove the “Safe Boot” option from the “Boot options” section.

Start Windows In Safe Mode

  1. Finally, click the “OK” button to save the processes and restart the computer.

If your computer still does not boot in normal mode, you will need to make a new installation from scratch.

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