After downloading new drivers from the driverhub application It says my pc did not start correctly.

Ryan Goucher 1 Reputation point

I have been seeking solutions to this issue for a few hours now. I tried startup repair, and I was told that it failed to repair the issue. I can’t use System Restore unfortunately because I don’t have a restore point. I tried booting in safe mode, but that also did not start properly. I eventually tried using the command prompt console for direct solutions such as SFC, MDR, and Dism i think it is called. I am submitting this question from my phone since I can’t access my laptop (the PC in question). All of the command prompt solutions have underlying requirements that I can’t fulfill without administrator, and I don’t know how to use the console in the recovery system as admin. I looked into driverhub, and it did not seem to be malicious as others have used it but I still suspect that it could be malware. Otherwise, the drivers may have caused a compatibility issue. Thanks in advance for any support! Btw my OS is Windows 10 and I am using a Lenovo idea pad S340.

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  1. Jenny Yan-MSFT 9,326 Reputation points

    Please note this is public forum and your personal info has been removed for security concern. Per your description, your issue is not relate to remote desktop service but more like windows 10 General. With correct tag will get more effective support in this forum.

    Since safe mode failed as well, kindly check the suggestion "Repair Windows 10 using Installation Media" in below link:

    *******Please note: Information posted in the given link is hosted by a third party. Microsoft does not guarantee the accuracy and effectiveness of information.*******

    Hope this helps and please help to accept as Answer if the response is useful.