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Windows 10 fail to boot after installing virus guard

by Supun747 / August 24, 2017 8:57 PM PDT

Hello,

I have recently installed a new SSD for my desktop, its a Kingston 120GB SSD with 6gbps speed. I have installed Windows 10 Enterprise X64 on it.

Everything was working fine until I installed a virus guard & reboot, I suddenly got the "Automatic Repair" windows and noting I did worked. I even used the CMD to remove the virus guard but only way it worked after I reset the PC.

Then again I tired with bit defender and unfortunately same thing happened, Windows 10 was rebooting and working fine after installing other software, it seems this only happens after a virus guard installation.

Can you please advise what I should do, this problem has frustrated me alot Sad

Thank you.

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Enterprise has a gold support system.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / August 24, 2017 10:02 PM PDT

You or your company paid the big bucks so make that call. Also, be sure to not install that after your next install. You found something that does not work.

These Enterprise versions are gold. Get your money's worth.

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Do it the easy way
by Bob__B / August 24, 2017 10:06 PM PDT

Remove all the partitions from that ssd.
Install w10.
Use the native AV included with w10.

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