Over the past few weeks, I have had an interesting, ongoing fight with one of my laptops. All my life, I’ve never fought as much with a single device, just trying to get an operating system to work as expected. First, the problem came from the Windows Admin Center (WAC). It caused a GSOD every
You never know when an update, a new driver, or outright failure may put PC parts out of action or use. Savvy admins keep a set of spares around, to make repair and recovery possible under most circumstances. You should, too.
In a soon-to-be-released Windows 10 Insider Preview Fast & Skipahead Build (18950, says the rumor mill) Windows 10 reset will add a “Reset from the cloud” option. This will install the latest, greatest Win10 image straight from the source.
After some Windows updates — including the June 18 KB4503327 for 1809 — the screen goes black once system startup is complete. Find techniques here to get back from a black screen to one that works properly.
We’ve all seen the dreaded Recovery screen or another error message reporting that the PC could not boot. Sometimes, nothing is shown, just a blank black screen. A common repair/recovery method is to try to boot into the Windows Recovery Console either from USB install media or WinPE and let Windows try to repair the
EDIT: Microsoft has finally changed the way recovery partition is created when clean installing Windows 10. Read more here: Thank you, Microsoft – An Important Change in Windows Setup There’s a fundamental flaw in Windows 10 Setup when performing a clean install on a new empty hard disk or SSD. The same is true when