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#1 MasseyMan65560


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Posted 30 July 2016 - 06:33 AM

So last month or so I had a boot problem where it would show the post screen and stay on there. That time it said Verifiyng DMI pool data.. I reset my computer and selected to start from CD/DVD and even though there was nothing in there it started just fine..


Fast forward....


Yesterday I woke up and found my computer on the post screen again.. I forgot to take a picture of what it said at bottom but something about inserting a disk... So, I put in the Windows 10 disc that my computer came with and restarted from 1st boot on Cd/DVD... It was on the Windows screen for a few minutes then took me to Windows 10 set up.. So I selected my country and language and proceeded, then it gave me 2 options,, Install or repair computer....  

I have tried both, but before I explain the other...

I hit repair computer,and it instructed me to restart my computer.. I took out the Windows 10 disc and restarted...

It flashed the post screen with CXD/DVD: at the bottom and started normally. and worked just fine.. A even restarted it a few times same thing but ran fine... Then this morning I had to do it all over again with the Windows 10 disc..


I did choose Install and it installed some but stopped becuase it said something about missing drivers I should have and insert disc that has them. I have not upgraded this so everything should be on a disc, I tried the Windows 10, Motherboard and GPU disc still nothing..  it re started and started just fine..

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Posted 30 July 2016 - 04:05 PM

Boot from the W10 disc and run Startup Repair from the disc.

Try running it 3 times (rebooting in between tries).


If that doesn't work, then try System Restore from the disc and restore to a point before this happened.


If that doesn't work, then try a repair install of W10:  "How To Perform a Repair Installation For Windows 8, 8.1 and 10"


If that doesn't work, then try a RESET using the Keep My Files option.

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