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Two days ago, Windows 10 updated successfully and after update, it was working fine.

Today morning, when I turn on, it says, Automatic Repair.

After few minutes, Automatic Repair failed, then I saw other options; Shut Down, Restart and Advanced Option.

Using Advanced Option, I tried to restore but unable to restore at any restore point.

Then, I tried to Reset this PC with Keep My Files, its failed.

Now I have only one option i.e. Reset this PC with Remove everything.

I tried, Uninstall Updates (under Advanced Options). It’s failed.

Now I selected Reset this PC with Remove everything. It's also failed.

There is no another computer and USB stick so that bootable stick can be created for Clean Installation can be done.

Pls let me know, what is another way?

Using Advanced Option, Command Prompt can be accessed.

Is there anyway so that it can be resolved through Command Prompt?

Pls help me for resolving the issue.

With Regards

TekQ

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    Where I see this happens (a few times at different clients) the issue is the drive (hard drives in our cases). Get the manufacturer's hardware test application on a bootable USB key and test the hardware. Most likely the drive. – John Feb 14 at 20:38
  • I am confused on what you are asking. Are you asking for a way to do a fresh install without having access to the Media Creation tool? i.e. you don't have another computer you can download Windows 10 on and create a bootable media? – Ziggy32 Feb 14 at 20:46
  • Try in the Command Prompt to enter the command bcdedit /set {current} recoveryenabled No and reboot. Or maybe bcdedit /set {default} recoveryenabled No. If this fails, do you have a Windows installation media in either an ISO file or a DVD? – harrymc Feb 14 at 21:04
  • @Ziggy32 As I said, no USB and no another computer so that bootable USB can be created for clean installation. Only Command Prompt (through Advanced Option), can accessed. – TekQ Feb 14 at 21:07
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    Please specify which update you installed – Ramhound Feb 14 at 21:58

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