Windows 10: Downloading Windows 10 OS after a replacement hard drive

Discus and support Downloading Windows 10 OS after a replacement hard drive in Windows 10 BSOD Crashes and Debugging to solve the problem; My grandson has an HP Pavillion 23A10PC with serial number and product code details that operated from a 64 bit Windows 10. How does he get to... Discussion in 'Windows 10 BSOD Crashes and Debugging' started by MichaelPatterson4, Jan 27, 2019.

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    My grandson has an HP Pavillion 23A10PC with serial number and product code details that operated from a 64 bit Windows 10.

    How does he get to download a replacement OS and install it?

    :)
     
    MichaelPatterson4, Jan 27, 2019
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  2. little cat, Jan 27, 2019
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  3. how to get windows 10 licensed OS in replaced hard drive

    two years back i had purchased HP notebook with windows 8.1 and upgraded to windows 10.unfortunately my hard drive has smart check error and i contacted HP care,they suggested me to replace hard drive(warranty expired),then previously i have purchased along
    with original windows OS,if i order new hard drive to replace the damaged hard drive how can i get my original OS.i have recovery media of windows 8.1 only how can i get windows 10.

    please help me.
     
    mohanchary, Jan 27, 2019
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  4. Kursah Win User

    Downloading Windows 10 OS after a replacement hard drive

    Download Windows 10 TH/RS

    *Shadedshun :shadedshu:

    Dude, please stop bashing things you don't fully understand.

    SFC is the first step, System File Checker. That can fix many issues using various flags and knowing the context, and is a first step when there is doubt about system integrity. This is a simple utility and using SFC /Scannow will be the most commonly used flagged command for initial repair diagnostics. Takes a few minutes and is worth doing to resolve issues. While it can repair many issues, there's also many it cannot. That's where the next step comes in should you need it.

    DISM, or Deployment Image Servicing and Management, is the big gorilla in Windows OSes for repairs and image management. It has a wide variety of uses from image capture and deploy to repair.

    The common command for DISM was DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth,

    Just running this can result in a system being repaired, but since the launch of Windows 10, the image check has become more complicated, requiring you have the Install.WIM file available for the OS version you're trying to repair. This is relatively, though with Microsoft's deployment of Windows 10, most ISO's you get from them have an Install.ESD that must be converted to a .WIM file. Pretty easy to do with a command in CLI or Powershell.

    I typed up an article about this in the past...I'll go ahead and share it here for a series of steps a person could take to repair OS corruptions in Windows 8, 8.1 and 10. It's not hard to do, but takes some attention to detail, being able to handle command line (which is easy), and a little patience.

    I've personally fixed/repaired dozens if not hundreds of systems with these utilities, because simply... THEY WORK. How do I know? Because I'm a systems and network professional that has to manage 100s of Windows PCs ranging from XP to 10, and where we can use these utilities to repair corruption, we save a ton of time. My technicians, bench guys and engineers all know and use the hell out of these utilities.

    I find it hard to accept your statement above as something acceptable to even say here, it clearly shows your lack of experience with using the repair utilities SFC and DISM correctly or looking into what the failures were and how to fix them appropriately. Nor is that kind of crap even what TPU is or has ever really been about, and being such a long time member I would have expected you know that...though you've always been that way so maybe it's just habitual...surely not helpful to anyone else participating in this thread, or even yourself.

    The OS is literally telling you what is wrong and where it's keeping the information so you can look into it further, that's not whining, that's stating facts. Nice try though. If you don't want to learn how to fix OS corruption, don't blame the OS or tools, blame yourself and shut up about it, and don't bitch about the OS utilities whining...LOL, because in reality wouldn't your bitching mean you're whining??? *Slap :slap:

    So knock that shit off and let's fix the issues instead k? *Wink Downloading Windows 10 OS after a replacement hard drive ;)
     
    Kursah, Jan 27, 2019
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