There has been many DirectX problems so I have decided to reinstall my PC.
However.. when I type in the start menu of Windows 10 Reset this PC and make an attempt to reset the PC, it tells me "Could not find the Recovery environment."
and to restart the PC with the disk in it. And so I put in the Windows 10 installation disk and tried it again, but it tells me the same exact thing.
I have googled it and one post told me to Create a recovery drive on a USB. I get this: "Some required files are missing. To troubleshoot pro.."
It looks like this: http://puu.sh/vReIY.png
So I tried reagentc /disable with CMD as Admin and got: Operation Failed 3 An error has occured.
Well now that it failed, I decided to open BIOS and directly open my Windows installation disk.
I tried Reset my PC from there and got: The drive where windows is installed is locked. Unlock the drive and try again.
I read some posts and heard this could be from power outages. I had my computer wires plugged out by accident plenty of times. Could this be why..?
Anyway, what can I do? I would like to Reset my PC, then use File History to get the data back.
My Windows is installed on my SSD (which is the one I want to reset)
My backup is the other HDD in my computer (which contains File History)
edit: Forgot to mention, I ran chkdsk and sfc MANY times already. They had no luck finding anything.
Startup repair also did nothing.
edit#2: I ended doing ALOT of things concerning Windows boot mgr (something around those lines, not even sure if I spelled it correctly)
Result? I've ended up formatting SSD using CMD from Windows Installation. using list disk then select disk 0 -> clean
Then I've installed everything back to test if my game finally works with no lag. (From my previous long time ago forum which was not solved)
It is a little better. However, when I initially made this custom PC, it had way less lag. It was near perfect.
Yeah, I still get 1 FPS in fight with mobsters in Elsword..
Can anyone help me find the source of lag?
Edited by araragi, 15 May 2017 - 09:11 PM.