Windows 10 won’t boot due to bootres.dll is corrupt and unrepairable

My Surface Pro 3 is running Windows version 1709. After the security April update applied, the Malwarebytes software asked me to reboot, due to the inactive web protection. The tablet started to load the Windows, but I got stuck at the booting process and then went into black screen. I entered the recovery mode and it was fail to make a repair or restore by by SFC or CHKDSK command. It said that bootres.dll is corrupted and unrepairable. How can I resolve the problem? Continue reading

Windows 10 boots up slowly after Anniversary Update

There are a SSD, 2 hard disks on my Windows 10 computer. It took only about 5 seconds. After I installed the Anniversary Update successfully, that degraded bootup time and always spent around 60 seconds booting up. Sometimes it freezed and stucked at the windows logo, even crashing. The Edge and other app ran slower than before and I could not figure out how to fix it. Continue reading

Windows 8 Boot failed issue Error code 0xc000000f

I had installed the OS in a 750 GB hard drive on my computer and everything worked fine. However, after I cloned OS partition of the original drive to my new 120GB SSD and configured it as first boot device in bios, the Windows 8.1 boot failed with error code 0xc000000f and messages “Boot Configuration Data for your PC is missing or contains errors” or “one of the devices can not be reached, check cable, and retry it again”. It seems that the master boot record become screwy and I can’t find a way to resolve the issues. Continue reading

Duplicate Windows 8 on Dual Boot menu Screen

After upgraded from Windows 7 Consumer Preview to Windows 8 Pro and booted the computer, there are Duplicate Windows 8 entries on dual boot menu screen. The boot manager with Both two listings saying “Windows 8, on Volume 2.” Is there a way to get rid of it? How can I fix the issues?

* On the Metro UI, right-click or tap at the bottom of the screen. When the App Bar appears, click the All Apps button.
* From apps lists, right-click command prompt and select Run as administrator.
* In command Window, type
bcdedit
And hit Enter and copy the boot loader identifier of the entry you want to delete.
Type
bcdedit /delete {your-boot-loader-identifier}
And hit Enter to run.