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unable to fix. Windows 10 loop but blue screen crash

Please any info would be great. My computer is on a loop that goes from preparing auto repair to Windows defender offline to a blue screen crash restart. It then ether repeats or try's to load normal into the same process1 initialization failed blue screen crash. I'm not very good with computer but looked it up the beast I could and all the help seems to be able to get into safe mode but my cd won't load it just crashes

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Windows 10 Loop

If you are in this loop with the blue screen of death, you might want to get a 6gb USB drive. If you know what version of Windows 10 you have, Home or Pro.

You can go to a friend that has the same version of the operating system. Download the windows media creator file. There is one for 32bit and 64bit. Once you have this, take it to the friend and has them run the program and use your USB drive.

When you make a USB using the media creator, than you can use it on any computer as long as you have the same bit version and home or pro.

Take a look at this information from Microsoft :

This will give you some guidance. Another thing to find out is how to boot from the bios with the USB drive. You manual should be able to provide this or search for this on the web.

Hope this helps.

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Just last month

I had one like that. I had to boot my Windows 10 USB install stick and use the repair option to wipe and reinstall W10. Took about 20 minutes (failrly fast PC).

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