When Windows 8, 8.1 or 10 no longer boots, there are many possibilities to repair its startup.
When Windows will not boot, it's possible that you arrive on a recovery screen. If this is the case, click "Show advanced repair options".
Then, click on "Troubleshooting".
This brings you to the "Troubleshooting" menu.
To use the auto repair, there are 2 possibilities :
When you boot on the DVD of Windows 8 or 10, select your language and click "Next".
Then, click on the "Repair your computer".
Then, click on : Advanced Options -> Auto repair.
Select your operating system.
Windows will attempt to repair the Windows startup.
If he can not repair the Windows startup, the message "Auto repair could not fix your PC" will appears.
If this is the case, click the "Advanced" button.
Which will bring you to the menu with the "Troubleshooting" option.
To repair the Windows startup using command lines, click "Troubleshooting".
Then, click on : Advanced Options -> Command Prompt.
In this command prompt (cmd), type these commands (in this order) :
To repair the file system of a partition, including the one where Windows is installed, use the command : chkdsk.
Because Windows 8 and 10 has a system partition that is hidden under Windows, the partition containing Windows will likely have the letter D.
To repair the file system of this partition, use the command : chkdsk d: /f /r
Note : If Windows asks you a question, answer Y for yes.
Once you have finished using the command prompt, close the black window and click "Continue" from the menu that appears.
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