Your thoughts on this will be appreciated.
Ok the only repair disks I have found so far there are more negative reviews than positive. Mostly that they do not really work.
I am looking at a win 10 iso on a thumb drive useing rufus. How ever most say they would have to be made on a win 10 machine that is all ready working.
The only working machine I have right now is a vista 32 bit. Where I get confused is rufus says I can use any machine since vista but does not explain exactly how. Or if I can dl a win 10 64bit onto a 32 bit machine and it stay as 64 bit. At least I asssume I will have to install the iso on the computer then transfer to the thumb drive and use rufus to make it bootable? Here I am a complete novice. The HP machine I am trying to recover is stuck in a endless boot loop. It did not come with a cd/dvd drive so it may not have a drive even listed in boot order. Also I have only once got that machine to actually show a boot screen. I have never been able to do it again.
Your thoughts on this will be appreciated. For more info check out my thread in BSOD forum.
I have quite a mess on my hands. Also I only have thumb drives do I actually need a flsh drive I understand they are actually different.
Edited by Queen-Evie, 17 December 2015 - 05:04 PM.
moved from Windows 10 Discussion to Windows 10 Support