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Widows 10 critical_service_failed auto repair loop

My computer is displaying this error %90 of the time I boot it and I can only bypass it and force it to boot by disabling DSE (disk signature something) and I have no clue how to fix it. The computer is an asrock 970 extreme4 with an and 6300 processor. Also the boot harddrive with windows 10 came out of a laptop

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easy enough to answer

Windows 10 (and some previous versions) don't transfer from one PC to another. This is a licensing violation.

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Re: repair

So the solution. A fresh install of Windows 10 with a new license code.

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Windows on such moves

Fails so often it's not funny any more. Just install W10 then the drivers and apps for the new PC.

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