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asked 2017-12-15 12:06:48 -0500

yougee83 gravatar image

Hello there,

I recently successfully installed Fedora 27 on a preinstalled Windows 10 machine. Everything works fine, GRUB loader is OK(I guess), except one small problem:

  • if I restart from F27 and try to boot into Win10, it won't boot, the Win10 loader shows up but then the screen just goes blank and nothing happens
  • if I do a hard turn off after the failed boot to Win10, and then boot into Win10, the disk checking appears, followed by a successful boot to Win10
  • if I turn off from F27, everything goes well, Win10 boots normally

So basically, the only problem seems to be the restart from F27.

I'll post any terminal outputs if neccessary.

Any ideas?

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I think that's related to Windows "fast startup" functionality. Google for instructions on how to disable it on Windows 10.

fcomida gravatar imagefcomida ( 2017-12-15 13:29:35 -0500 )edit

I disabled it and the problem still occurs ...

yougee83 gravatar imageyougee83 ( 2017-12-15 14:12:06 -0500 )edit

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answered 2017-12-16 00:57:58 -0500

If Windows 10 knew you had a blank or even a black screen of death, it would try to fix it. If it can’t fix it, it should switch to the Windows Recovery Environment, otherwise known as Windows RE or WinRE, which boils down to two options:

1) Start Windows in safe mode using the code on the internal hard drive, then use the troubleshooting routines to fix it.

2) Use code on an external device such as a recovery DVD or USB thumbdrive to start Windows, and then repair or replace the code on the internal hard drive.

So, your first aim should be to get to WinRE. From there you can get to safe mode and use the troubleshooting and repair options. If you can’t do that, you will have to – as WinRE puts it – “use a device”. Same happened to me when I was searching for online custom essay writers to complete my essay.

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answered 2018-07-28 05:43:41 -0500

Microsoft Windows is a gathering of a few graphical working framework families, which are all created, promoted, and sold by Microsoft. Every family takes into account a specific part of the processing business.

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