Decided to install Windows 10 this weekend. From what I can tell, it installed properly. But cannot get past the "Welcome to Window 10" Screen. See image below. I am on a home-built PC with Window 7 Pro. All current updates to Windows 7 are installed, and the Win 10 compatability screen shows that my system is 100% compatible.I have been searching all over the internet to find a solution, and nothing seems to apply to me. here's what I've done:
I have rebooted. Disabled Microsoft's antivirus. Disabled ALL USB ports except for Mouse and Keyboard within the BIOS. I made sure my Bios is up to date (Asus Rampage IV Extreme). Unplugged everything from the PC, USB and Ethernet cable.
I have been able to get to a troubleshooting screen. See below. I can use Mouse and Keyboard here. But cannot boot into Win10 with mouse and Keyboard. I enabled Safe Mode, but when F8 is hit at startup, I am only able to get to a selection of Hard Drives (3rd Photo).The only thing I am able to do is revert back to Windows 7, which works fine after that.
I have tried installing from Windows Update, and the direct link download. I've uninstalled the Nvidia drivers, and still not able to proceed past the first image below. It's as if the mouse and keyboard do not work. So I cannot tell if the system is locking up when it gets to this point, or if something else is happening. The error code I get is: c1900101-40019, but don't see an exact answer to what that full code means.
I installed Windows10 and it opened . I looked at the start menu and then logged off. The next time I started my computer I could log on because I didn't have a password. When I used my phone to set a new password, I could not set one up. The msn.com site wanted to recover not take a new password.
I have a desktop computer that I just built with Windows 7 home premium installed on it. It was working great but yesterday I decided to upgrade to Windows 10. After the upgrade, it brought me to a screen that says welcome back with my username and a space for me to put my password. When I input the correct password, the computer freezes and eventually restarts and brings me to the same screen again. Pressing F2 or Del while it powers on does nothing and so does pressing F8. I cannot restart while holding shift because there is no restart option on the login screen it brings me to. I know that the password in right because if I put in something else it just says password incorrect. Clicking on "I'm not *myusername*"also causes a crash.
My computer easily meets the requirements for the OS and the SSD it installed on still had over 40 gigabytes left on it after downloading the 5 gigabyte file so I don't think it's a hardware or storage problem.I don't care if I have to restore it to windows 7 or reinstall windows 10, I just want it to work.
My laptop began moving incredibly slow last night, like the cursor would hardly move and it sounded like it was running extra hard. I turned it off and this morning it won't load past the start up screen. And still, the windows loading icon spins incredibly slow.
Eventually it goes to a black screen for some time, then the automatic repair icon appears, then "diagnosing your pc". It made it past that once and got to the advanced option screen but was moving so slowly that I couldn't click on anything.
I (think) successfully updated to Win10. But, when I went to start up I can't get past the hi there screen. The password box will not populate when I key in my password. I do not see an arrow or any indication that my mouse is working. Tried rebooting with keyboard disconnected then reconnected and no go.
I had no problems with either upgrade on my laptop to Win10 Home or desktop PC to Win10 Pro, It's only after a recent update on my PC with Pro that I can't get past the password screen when logging into Yahoo mail. Filling in my user name/email account works fine but the next screen for my password won't work. I click the "continue" button but nothing happens. This is the only site so far where this happened.
I installed Windows 10 on a MS Vista OS, Viao laptop about a month ago. Everything has been fine. I've been learning how to use Windows 10, and have been more or less happy with it.
On October 16, 1015, I booted the laptop just like I do every morning around 8:30 am. I got past the loading screen, got the Loading screen photo image, and then the login screen. I logged in, and got an alert that Windows 10 updates were available. Since I had 30 some minutes before I needed to actually USE the machine I told it to update. I clicked the update button, and Windows 10 partially logged me out to do the update. When windows restarted, I got past the loading screen, and got to the Login screen.
But after putting in my Windows credentials, I got a blue screen with a white circle progress indicator, and it sat like that for about 20 minutes.
I restarted by pressing the power button, but am now unable to even to the loading screen. As soon as I hear the "booting windows" sound, the blue screen with the white circle progress indicator comes up. I've tried this about 5 times, letting it sit for about 30 minutes each time.
I am trying to find a way to get into safe mode without the use of the "restart" function, but either that data doesn't exist or I am not using the correct search terms to find it.
did soft reset worked but later again the same issue "loading..." did hard reset worked but later again the same issue "loading..." did hard reset twice using volume and power button worked but later the same issue"loading..."
A couple of weeks ago when booting up my PC, I came to I assume the Windows 10 version of the blue screen of death. It said something to the effect of a kernel security check error, it said it was repairing the PC and would reboot.
However, it wouldn't reboot. The farthest it would ever go is the 4 blue square windows screen and then eventually the screen would go black. For a while, the blue light on my monitor would stay solid but the "analog" and "digital" icons on the screen would alternate between analog and digital. Eventually it would just go black and the monitor screen would blink and the HDD light would stay off.
Multiple reboot attempts never got past that screen, and eventually the screen will just go black and the monitor light just blinks.
I went to my office computer that also runs Windows 10 and made a repair disk. I got home today, got into the BIOS and changed the boot priority to the DVD. I was able to get it to boot up to the repair disc (after a couple of attempts) and got into the repair utility. I tried the Start Up (or boot) repair, and it said it couldn't fix it. I tried the system restore and it said I had no restore points. So I thought (stupidly), maybe just getting into this repair disc area it would go ahead and boot on up. So I clicked "Exit and continue to Windows 10". Well that got be right back to where I was, a black screen.
So then I decided I would just go back in and use the utility to "reset", keep certain files and do a clean Windows 10 reinstall. Now I can't even get back into it. When I try to boot, IF I can even get any data to show on the screen and the monitor to "wake up" I can't get back into the repair disc. I can get as far as "Press any key to boot from CD or DVD" and then it will go to the 4 blue square windows screen that I was at previously, then eventually the screen will flash and then just stay black. By a little googling, sounds like maybe it could be a video card issue?
Today 11-17-15 I restarted my computer to install the latest version of Window 10. (Not an Insider Build) The installation was going fine until now. It is stuck at 54%. The "breathe" animation on the percentage ring is still moving so it is not frozen.
I've upgraded to 10 and now am confused regarding how to continue my backup/restore from Win 7. When I access control panel, it refers back to Windows 7. I have no problems with reformatting my backup drive and starting with Windows 10. Is there a Win 10 Bu/restore program? How should I proceed?
I had the upgrade to windows 10 icon in the bottom of my screen like a lot of others. But when it was time to upgrade I didn't want to because I am a gamer and don't want to upgrade before I know everything is safe (all drivers headset, gpu, mobo everything) but I clicked continue so I could accept all the conditions and such. But now it is going to upgrade automatically....
I grabbed the install.esd from the upgrade from 11102. Created an ISO using DVD and USB. However, I get this "setup cannot continue due to a corrupted installation file". Tried going back to 11102 and repeated the process three time. Still same thing. (I have grabbed the install.esd file before and after the installation but it didn't make a difference. I'm trying to do a clean install by the way. Otherwise I just have to live with the updated OS.
I am attempting to install W10 through USB drive. However as I go through the setup steps, at some point the mouse will start lagging and the setup goes stuck. I don't know if it's a memory problem since I have 3gb of RAM. However if the PC is turned off for a long time the setup tends to continue longer though eventually it goes stuck.
Last night I accidentally hit 'hibernate' and as i was in a rush i held the power button. Low and behold i woke up this morning went to put it on and got to the BSOD. I basically get to the login screen, login and then it repeats. Ive had the BSOD before but it just restarted and everything was fine. Now I'm trying to turn the pc on and its stuck in a reboot cycle, doesn't get to the login screen. I've literally tried everything, the PC won't even reset or anything. Genuinely stuck....
I get to the screen saver and the mouse and keyboard don't work so no way to get to enter pin screen this happened after multiple installs from win 7 ultimate (originally on my machine) to me purchasing pro version clean install. it works for between 5 and 10 boots then bang I am running a dell quad 4 2.7 MHz machine with 8 mb ram have loaded win 10 5 times and on different drives no difference just when I think problem is solved BANG it bites me in the butt again have a Microsoft wireless mouse and keyboard and did download the latest win 10 drivers.?is my machine to fast and the screen saver screen is loading before the drivers?
I am trying to upgrade GENUINE Windows 8.1 PRO x64 to Windows 10 Pro x64 from the ISO I made from the Microsoft RTM files. I am upgrading from within the 8.1 OS and choosing the option to keep "nothing" of my settings and personal files.
I have two problems.
The first is that the installation asks for a product key. On the other hand, when I upgraded my Windows 7 machine to 10 from within the OS it didn't ask for a product key. Why do I need to provide the product key to upgrade my 8.1 system, but not my 7 system?
Second problem is that I can not upgrade from 8.1 PRO to Win10 PRO. When I put in the general product key for the Win10 HOME edition the install proceeds, but it does not take the other (different) product key corresponding to the Win10 PRO version, even though it should. Why can't I go 8.1 PRO -> 10 PRO?
Upgraded windows 8.1 pro to windows 10 this morning. Loaded OK but when it reached the "restart" point computer would not boot up. Just hanging & cannot go past the manufacturers logo. Before installing checked that their were no updates need or pending. After a good while booted off old windows 8 disc with intentions of re installing it but just got a list of drives none of which would accept an install.
i am running a Samsung NP940XG3-K03US. I just upgraded to Windows 10 and my keyboard and touch pad are not working. I have tried windows update, intel update, samsung update tools and nothing has worked.
I had to reset my computer. I selected to keep my file have because I didn't have any backups at the time. The reset completed successfully but now windows has been stuck at a please wait screen for the past 24 hours. Here's the link to show you what is happening [URL] ....
My specs are: Motherboard: GIGABYTE 970A-UD3P rev. 2.0 CPU: AMD FX 6300 Black Edition GPU: EVGA GTX 750 Ti FTW RAM: Ballistix Sport XT 8GB DDR3-1866(PC3-14900) DL10 Dual Channel Desktop Memory Kit
The other day, I tried to do a factory reset on my laptop, but it failed, and I could only click cancel. Now, when I booted up my computer, it goes to the ASUS logo, then a black screen, still backlit, with an underscore flashing in the upper left corner of the screen. I can access the BIOS, and have been trying to do boot overrides. I don't have the ASUS Recovery partition installed on the laptop, and I don't have any possible ways to install an ISO. T