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Turned on Toshiba satellite Sun. all good.
Turned on laptop Wed. & password don't work.
I researched & tried holding shift key, & followed thru the steps, but I got pictures on my desktop I refuse to loose.
Has anyone else heard that Microsoft is transitioning the OS to be Modern Standby only, starting with the next Redstone Release ?
I have tried anything to update my PC (Dell Studio XPS, Windows 10 pro, version 1607) to Windows 10 version 1709 with no success.
I always get error 0x80070057 at the end. I have tried all solutions I could find on internet. For example:
1. changing register values (e.g. HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\SystemCertificates into CopyFileBufferedSynchronousIo with value 1)
2. renaming or deleting folder /Windows/SoftwareDistribution
3. performed a clean startup of Windows
4. scanned the PC on several problems with sfc (nothing found)
5. checked all drivers for potential problems (nothing found)
6. disabled specific anti-virus software and firewall software (i.e. ESET Security)
7. runned Windows Update troubleshooter (could not fix anything)
8. etc etc
Does any of you have other suggestions for me? The problem seen insolvable.
I do not want to reinstall Windows 10 from scratch.
Hello, Am writing for an older friend whose Windows 10 desktop only shows a hotmail account sign in, asking for a password which she can't remember. It is not the usual way that her computer starts up after having been turned off. I could not access anything at all to get her started. No desktop, no startup button, no right-click ability to see any choices at all on the screen. Restart brings the same screen, and turning off totally and rebooting shows the same screen. Could it be due to an update? What can I do to help her get into her computer. Thanks to anyone who has a suggestion. No startup disk either.
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