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Raybo58

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  1. Well, after another 10 hours of research and failed fixes, I finally figured it out. I had 4 hard drives and an SSD that my image was booting from, all configured as GPT, so I had my BIOS configured as UEFI only. I didn't have secure boot enabled, so I thought this couldn't be a problem. But just as a last ditch experiment, I switched it to Legacy + UEFI and BOOM! That solved all my problems. Everything in the WRE worked and I was able to complete the repair install. I can keep it in exclusive UEFI mode for normal use, but if I need to perform any actions where windows has to boot into Wi
  2. Forgive me, but the description of this issue may be a bit lengthy. I've been working on it for over a week, but I'll try to boil it down to the essentials. Also, I couldn't determine with any certainty if this belongs in another section, so if a Mod believes it would be more appropriate to move it, I won't be offended. The issue I've been having is that whenever some feature of Windows prompts a restart into some special environment, I'm greeted with the Windows logo and a message saying "Please Wait" with no spinning dots. It stays there for over a minute, with no disk activity, and then a b
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