Windows 10: Advanced Startup Option

Discus and support Advanced Startup Option in Windows 10 Support to solve the problem; Hey guys, i want to boot on advance startup option, but everytime i restarted, it just like a normal restart, (settings, recovery then restart) What... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Support' started by GeorgePakal, Sep 17, 2015.

  1. Advanced Startup Option


    Hey guys, i want to boot on advance startup option, but everytime i restarted, it just like a normal restart, (settings, recovery then restart) What must be the prblem? i just installed wndows 10 pro.

    :)
     
    GeorgePakal, Sep 17, 2015
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  2. Dice Vil Win User

    Where "advanced startup" option.

    Hi Hongllin,

    We got you covered. Kindly refer to the steps below:

    To get to the Advanced startup option, simply type "advanced" in Cortana/search bar and select
    Change advanced startup options.


    Advanced Startup Option [​IMG]


    On the left pane, click Recovery and then under Advanced startup, click the
    Restart now button.


    Advanced Startup Option [​IMG]


    Your system will then restart and after a few seconds, you'll see options to choose from. Select
    Troubleshoot > Advanced options > System restore.

    If you need anything else, don't hesitate and let us know right away.
     
    Dice Vil, Sep 17, 2015
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  3. Where "advanced startup" option.

    Hello all:



    I am trying to "restore system" in w10 and choose the way of

    "To Do a System Restore of Windows 10 at Boot"



    The first step of this method is to "boot to advanced startup options"



    But, I can not find the "advanced startup" option?!



    Where is it? Please tell me!
     
    HonglinZhao, Sep 17, 2015
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  4. XweAponX Win User

    Advanced Startup Option

    Actually I tried that, tried to log into Safe Mode. It didn't work until I restarted again, then it worked. Just restart the PC, see if it brings you to where you want. Basically, choose Advanced Startup, choose your option, then reboot, then reboot again. I'll try it again to see that wasn't just a fluke.
     
    XweAponX, Sep 17, 2015
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  5. WhyMe Win User
    You must be holding the shift button at the same time as clicking on the Windows restart button to go to Advanced Startup Options automatically

    ie. Shift + Restart
     
    WhyMe, Sep 17, 2015
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  6. Well yes,i did it also and its still the same. I searched in the net and i gives an option which using a command prompt. But before its not like that, should i reinstall?
     
    GeorgePakal, Sep 17, 2015
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  7. Word Man Win User
    Word Man, Sep 17, 2015
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  8. WhyMe Win User

    Advanced Startup Option

    Well, if you are saying you have tried Shift+Restart and that doesn't work then get to it via:

    • Settings ► Update and security ► Recovery ► Advanced startup
    • Click on "Restart now"
     
    WhyMe, Sep 17, 2015
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  9. Thats the first thing i did, then the the shift + restart, and is still the same
     
    GeorgePakal, Sep 17, 2015
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  10. XweAponX Win User
    Yah I just did it, and it brought me straight to Safe Mode when selected. It must have been a fluke the first time. It's finicky.
     
    XweAponX, Sep 17, 2015
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  11. WhyMe Win User
    What exactly happens when you click on 'Restart now' in the recovery options within settings?
     
    WhyMe, Sep 17, 2015
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  12. after i click restart, ofcourse it will restart but not on the advanced startup screen, its like a normal restart, normal boot
    so inorder to boot ina advanced startup option i need to use command prompt then enter this
    shutdown.exe /r /o, i want to make it normal without using command prompt.
     
    GeorgePakal, Sep 17, 2015
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  13. WhyMe Win User

    Advanced Startup Option

    Are you clicking on the 'Restart' button or the 'Restart now' button in recovery options?
     
    WhyMe, Sep 17, 2015
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  14. yes i did, then it will restart, but it wont boot on the adv startup screen, its just lik a normal restart, i dont know why
     
    GeorgePakal, Sep 17, 2015
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  15. WhyMe Win User
    You did what? You still haven't said. Please state which one you did. Or post a screenshot showing which button you clicked.

    Did you click on the 'Restart' button or the ' Restart now' button within your recovery options? Which one did you click please?
     
    WhyMe, Sep 17, 2015
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