Windows 10: Can I use Automatic Repair command prompt to copy file to USB?

Discus and support Can I use Automatic Repair command prompt to copy file to USB? in Windows 10 BSOD Crashes and Debugging to solve the problem; My Win 10 PC is booting into the Automatic Repair sequence (bootres.dll corrupt). I am working on repairing this. Is it possible to use the Command... Discussion in 'Windows 10 BSOD Crashes and Debugging' started by GaryGo, Jan 11, 2019.

  1. GaryGo Win User

    Can I use Automatic Repair command prompt to copy file to USB?


    My Win 10 PC is booting into the Automatic Repair sequence (bootres.dll corrupt). I am working on repairing this.

    Is it possible to use the Command Prompt to copy a file from a hard drive to a USB drive? I can use the DISKPART program and the disks and volumes all are "healthy".

    :)
     
    GaryGo, Jan 11, 2019
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  2. Mark Isi Win User

    Windows won't reset or restore, Automatic repair loop

    Hi Bruno,

    When the Automatic repair fails, we can suggest using the command prompt from Windows 10 Boot Options menu to run bootrec commands to fix the files the Auto Repair couldn't. Here are the steps:

    • On the windows Recovery Option, choose Troubleshoot >
      Advanced Options
      .
    • Select Command Prompt.
    • Enter the following commands in the Command Prompt:
    • bootrec.exe /rebuildbcd
    • bootrec.exe /fixmbr
    • bootrec.exe /fixboot
    Once the repair is done, restart your PC and check if the issue is resolved. Let us know the outcome, so we could provide further assistance as necessary.

    We'll keep an eye out to your response.
     
    Mark Isi, Jan 11, 2019
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  3. cwtech Win User
    command prompt will not open in safe mode with command prompt

    I am repairing a laptop for a friend and I need to access windows in safe mode and the owner has forgotten the password to the main user. I tried logging on with the administrator profile in safe mode but it is not showing up so I was going to use command prompt in safe mode with command prompt but command prompt will not open when I boot that option. Does anyone have any hints for me to figure this out?
     
    cwtech, Jan 11, 2019
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  4. Bree Win User

    Can I use Automatic Repair command prompt to copy file to USB?

    Installation media boots to command prompt


    I've just booted from known working install media to see exactly what it does when booting. The sequence of events is...

    1. Windows logo on a black screen
    2. circling dots appear beneath the logo
    3. light blue 'Please wait' screen with circling dots
    4. a command prompt window (very briefly)
    5. the initial Setup page appears

    Do you see steps 1-3? If so, it appears you have stopped at step 4, suggesting that something on the disc cannot be read.

    Does the disc boot properly in another machine? If so, try cleaning the laptop's drive lens then try booting from the disc again.

    If not, make new install media with Microsoft's Media Creation Tool, either as a bootable USB, on an ISO that you can burn to another disc. At Step 8 in Option One of this tutorial you can choose between making a USB or an ISO.

    Download Windows 10 ISO File
     
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