posted on Oct, 20 2016 @ 07:55 PM
a reply to: Leprekon
It might be easier to download the recovery environment from
boot into it and then go into my computer and right click, go to properties, then tools and run a scan on the disk 1st of all. That should stop the
chkdsk from running on startup.
Then navigate to c: windows system32 config and take a copy of the files within that folder onto some where safe.
Go into the regback folder and copy the files from there to c: windows system32 config folder. It will replace the files in the folder. Reboot.
That is what the Last Known Good Configuration options does and we just do it manually. Again I had to do this on several occasions and works on all
versions of windows.
edit on 20-10-2016 by mclarenmp4 because: doesn't like backslashes.