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windows 10 pro to windows 10 home


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due to some reasons my windows got corrupted due to which i did a flash on my computer and moved to windows 10 pro via flash drive , my c drive has been renamed as CCOMA_X64FRE_EN-GB after that i was unable to shut down my laptop 

so i need to go back to windows 10 home without losing data , is there any way , please help me

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Let me help you with this,

How to reinstall Windows 10 without losing data :

- Using the “Reset this PC” option

  Right-click on the Windows start button on the bottom left-hand corner of the screen to open the settings menu > Settings” > “Update & Security” >“Recovery”
  Under “Reset this PC,” click “Get started.”
  Choose the "Keep my files" option in the popup message. Keep in mind, after this step, your device will update to the latest Windows 10 version. 
  If you are upgrading your PC from a previous version of Windows to Windows 10, you will see a warning message stating that you won’t be able to undo the upgrade or       rollback to the previous version of Windows. Click “Next” to continue. 
  Click the “Reset” button in the “Ready to reset this PC” interface. Your PC will reboot and begin to reinstall Windows 10.

- 2nd method is Using the Advanced Startup menu 

and one more can be..

- Using Windows 10 ISO image file

 

Try to Follow the method 1, if still you haven't able to do it... Follow Other methods mentions above.
Do revert back if u need any help.

Jim Wick

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