Recovery Options in Windows 10
System Recovery Options in Windows 10 to fix problems with your Windows 10 PC. Let’s follow tutorials How to Recovery Options in Windows 10 below, i hope can help you decide which recovery option to your problems.
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PC isn’t working after install app, driver, or update.
If your PC isn’t working after install app, driver, or update, you can fix this problem with Restore from a System Restore Point. If it it’s been a while you must Reset your PC. Let’s follow the steps:
– Restore from a System Restore Point
- Right-click (or press and hold) the Start button, and then select Control Panel.
- Search Control Panel for Recovery.
- Select Recovery > Open System Restore > Next.
- Choose the restore point related to the problematic app, driver, or update, and then select Next > Finish.
Note: Restore from a System Restore Point won’t affect your personal files, but it will remove apps, drivers, and updates installed after the restore point was made. If you’re not seeing any restore points, it might be because system protection isn’t turned on. To check, go to the Control Panel, search for Recovery, and then select Recovery > Configure System Restore > Configure and make sure Turn on system protection is selected.
– Reset your PC
To Reset your PC, go to Settings > Update & security > Reset this PC > Get started and choose an option.
Note: If you reset your PC within a month of your upgrade to Windows 10, the option in Settings that lets you go back to your previous version of Windows will no longer be available.
PC can’t start
Before use a recovery drive to restore from a system restore point or reset your PC, you must Create a Recovery Drive. See Create a recovery drive. After you Create a Recovery Drive in Windows 10, you can Reset or Restore your PC. See the steps below:
- Connect the recovery drive and turn on your PC.
- On the Choose an option screen, select Troubleshoot, and then select an option. If you don’t see the Choose your option screen, your PC might not be set up to boot from a drive. Check your PC manufacturer’s website for info on how to change your PC’s boot order.
- Restore from a system restore point by selecting Advanced Options > System Restore. This will remove recently installed apps, drivers, and updates that might be causing your PC problems, but it won’t affect your personal files.
- Select Reset this PC and then choose to keep or remove your files.If resetting doesn’t work, you can also Recover from a drive. This will reinstall Windows 10 (unless your PC came with Windows 8/8.1 and a recovery partition from your PC manufacturer, in which case it’ll reinstall the version of Windows that came with your PC). It’ll also remove your personal files, apps and drivers you installed, and changes you made to settings.
Note: If you chose not to back up system files when you created your recovery drive, Reset this PC and Recover from a drive won’t be available.