Are you having trouble starting up your Windows 10 device? If so, you may need to access the advanced repair options available in the operating system. Windows 10 offers a built-in reset feature that can restore your computer to its original state, as well as a startup repair tool and other command line utilities that can help you fix any issues. In this article, we'll explain how to access the repair options in Windows 10. If you're having trouble booting up your Windows 10 device, you may be presented with the automatic repair screen. This screen will allow you to run the startup repair tool or open the Windows command line window, where you can run the command line utilities needed to repair the master boot record (MBR), scan the system for damaged or missing files, or use the deployment image service and management.
If the automatic repair screen doesn't appear, you may have to boot from an installation medium or from a recovery drive. To do this, try to interrupt the boot process three times in a row; when you do, the automatic repair mode will appear. You can also prevent Windows updates from automatically restarting your PC by following these steps. If you're having trouble starting up your Windows 10 device, accessing the advanced repair options available in the operating system can help you resolve any issues.
By using the built-in reset feature, running the startup repair tool, or using other command line utilities, you can get your device back up and running in no time.