Win 10 Trashed / No Access / Want to Remove it

Discus and support Win 10 Trashed / No Access / Want to Remove it in Windows 10 Support to solve the problem; I've got a dual partition HDD, with Win 10 and Linux Mint. Screen shot image below. I'm also not sure which partition Win10 is in, although thinking... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Support' started by rvnmedic68, Jun 8, 2018.

  1. rvnmedic68 Win User

    Win 10 Trashed / No Access / Want to Remove it


    I've got a dual partition HDD, with Win 10 and Linux Mint. Screen shot image below. I'm also not sure which partition Win10 is in, although thinking that it's the large partition. Would appreciate if someone can interpret the partition labels.

    I can't access Win 10 when I reboot the desktop as it automatically goes into (I assume) an update. Yesterday when I tried it showed the Windows icon with the spinner and then the screen went gray, then black while the HDD light either flashed or was solid for a long time. I let it run and was still doing something after 9 hours. I had to turn off the PC to exit from this.

    I tried to restore from the boot menu and got this message:
    " Can't complete restore, error message # 0xcoooo102"

    When I tried to repair it, got the following message:
    "missing windows\system32\winload.exe"

    The last one is the killer, I guess. What I want to do is wipe the Win 10 partition and clean install Win 8.1. I don't want any version of Win 10 on my desktop.

    Looking for suggestions on how to do this as I can't get into Win 10 to begin with nor get on a command line.

    Here's some screen shots re the above:


    Win 10 Trashed / No Access / Want to Remove it [​IMG]



    Win 10 Trashed / No Access / Want to Remove it [​IMG]


    :)
     
    rvnmedic68, Jun 8, 2018
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  2. JeffreyAtlas Win User

    Full Trash Bin

    My trash bin is full (Win 10). can I move the trash to another folder and delete what I don't want to keep in trash?
     
    JeffreyAtlas, Jun 8, 2018
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  3. JimForbesCA Win User
    Network adaptor disabled after Win 10 update KB3172985

    I tried all the suggestions

    The HP site does not have drivers for Win 10

    and Broadcomm site has even older drivers.

    I then tired to remove the updates, but this app does not remove the whole

    update (KB3172985), rather a list of subset updates some of which cannot be removed (no uninstall menu).

    Also this step creates a new restore point for each step which overwrote my

    Jun restore point.

    The computer is now un-usable for internet access.

    Unless there are other workarounds I can download to a USB, the only option I can see is to restore the computer back to Windows 7 (the OS it came with).

    Is there a site I can download Win 7 and enter my MS key to burn a disc to use

    to recover the network access?
     
    JimForbesCA, Jun 8, 2018
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