Something went wrong youll have yo try again after ressetting the PC Remove all files option

Jv Perez 1 Reputation point

My PC was very laggy so i decided to reset my PC picking the option remove all data but after restting my PC ive encountered The Log in or sign up process which the introduction is cortona and helps me when it took me to basics it let me pick a region after finishing the "Sonething went wrong" have pop up i keep trying again but it wont work i watched youtube tutorials but most of them failed me and even almost break my computer i had to reset twice i dont have an error code that pop up in my screen the youtube tutorials had led me to using Shift+F10 but watching youtube never helped but only made matters worse please help me with this

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  1. Dillon Silzer 52,976 Reputation points

    I would recommend getting a USB data device and use the following link to download to the USB (your USB data device must have 8 GB of space minimum). Once you have downloaded and installed the tool to the USB go into your Boot Menu and choose the USB device to boot.

    If you want to wipe your drive completely, go to Advanced options and delete all partitions and start fresh. If you have a secondary drive, make sure you don't delete that partition as you may lose data.




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  2. Docs 15,086 Reputation points

    Find a flash drive that you can format ( > or = 8 GB ).

    On a working computer create a bootable WIndows 10 Media Creation Tool (MCT) (Windows 10 iso).

    Move the bootable flash drive to the applicable port on the problematic computer.

    Boot to the flash drive.

    Perform a clean install:

    a) delete all partitions creating an unallocated disk drive

    b) allow the Windows 10 iso to create the default partitions and install Windows 10

    After the clean install install drivers from the computer, motherboard, or component manufacturer websites.

    Install applications.

    Perform Windows updates.

    Consider making free backup images.

    (Acronis, Aoemi, EaseUS, Macrium, Paragon, etc.)

    Backup images are useful for:

    corruption of the operating system
    corruption of the registry
    corruption of the component store
    corruption of the drive file system
    failure to boot
    drive failure

    In the future instead of performing resets you can restore backup images.
    Backup images can typically be restored in less than one hour.


    Please remember to vote and to mark the replies as answers if they help.

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