How are you getting on? If changing it to AHCI allowed you to get into the recovery environment we may have to do things slightly differently as on
previous version of windows it would blue screen as it didn't have the drivers installed for an AHCI enabled computer but I'm not sure if they have
fixed that in Win 10.
No it doesnt let me do anything at all, except for going into the boot menu and settings no matter what i do or change i cant access recovery or get
far enough to do anything,it just stays in a continuous loop
Well everything is closed around me so itll be tomorrows adventure to tackle, and hopefully i can find a usb, i live in the middle of the desert so
supplies are scarce.its funny how something simple just turned into cluster of headaches and dissapointment,thanks for sticking around you were
helpful and tried your best tomorrow when i get the things required i will make an update until then.
Well i have a usb but no other pc to use i tried all my resources like the library etc and i cant use those places because they are safe guarded by
stopping downloads and my friend that has another laptop is out of town till sunday so i think im dead in the water.
So i tried to repair my pc from the windows usb which it did bring up the advanced option to do so but to avail it didnt help,this leads me to believe
that i somehow corrupted my os by closing a program i shouldnt of,thats what i read so now im currently reinstalling and starting fresh luckily its
just a gaming pc and i have steam with cloud save and all that jazz,so now after it installs just going to reupdate all drivers this was one expensive
mistake let me tell you,but thanks for your help meclarenmp4 really appreciate it and if you have any advice bout pcs i would much like to read about
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