I've been attempting to re-install Windows 10 Home for several hours now and keep running into the same issue. Whenever I attempt to reset the process reaches 30%-35% and then starts to undo the changes and gives me the error message
'There was a problem with resetting your PC. No changes have been made.'
I did some Googling and came up with a few solutions but all have left me with the same error message (or something similar). Here's what I tried (in order of first to last).
- Ran a Fresh Start from the Settings
- Ran Reset PC from Settings (this gave me the error message there wasn't enough space to download new version of Windows message - at that point I had 13.3GB free on the C:/ drive)
- I cleared some space on the C:/ drive just in case (new free space is 22.5GB)
- Ran these two commands from the System32 folder in Advanced Restart Command Prompt - rem system system.001 - rem software software.001 (first command ran fine, second told me files were in use and it could not be run)
- Ran chkdsk, it found some problems but told me they were fixed
- Ran scandsk, again this found problems but they were fixed
- Disabled and Re-enabled reagentc
- Created a bootable USB with a Windows ISO - booted from this but as soon as the dots had been round once the setup crashed and PC rebooted into existing Windows
Is there anything else at all I can try? I'm really keen to get a fresh start somehow - I don't really care if it means wiping the C:/ drive completely to be honest - however I do have an internal D:/ drive (whole drive - not partition) that I don't want to change at all.
Any help would be welcome!