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W10 Boot issue

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My PC is somewhat unreliable.
It is on latest W10 build 64 bit  Version 1903 (build 18362.476)

When it starts up its fine and works OK .... no errors or issues.

Recently when I start it up ... it sometimes fails to start .... it's on an ASUS mobo ...
Sequence is typically

ASUS splash screen (with option to enter setup vis F2  etc)
Then I get screen with "RealTek PCI-E Gigayte boot agent loading"
Then ASUS splash screen again
Next ... on a good startup is windows icon and it then continues to login
On the problem startup
Either the windows icon does not arrive - just sits with blank screen
or Windows icon arrives but it never proceeds any further.

Once it has failed once - it can take many restarts before it will work ..... once it does successfully start - usually fine for next few starts.
Fast Boot is disabled
I tried using W10  recovery ...
Settings > Update & Security >Recovery > Advanced Startup >Startup Repair
It reboots .. I login  ... get the "Diagnosing your PC" mesage.
Then I get "Startup could not repair your PC"
and then states it has created a logfile  on F:\windows\system32\logfiles\srt\strtrails.txt
F:\   is a DVD drive? ... with no disk so why it should think it is putting file there is strange.

The file is actually on C:\

Any suggestions on any W10 repair steps without a reinstall?

 

 

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Hola @Tafflad and :wpcm:

 

Have you tried running check disk and system file checker?

 

For check disk, open a command prompt AsAdmin, type chkdsk /f and allow it to complete or reboot to run if required.

 

For system file checker, open a command prompt AsAdmin, type sfc /scannow and allow it to complete.

 

Notice the space between the / and the preceeding word. Post back on what each say.

 

Tx 🤠

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On 11/30/2019 at 2:30 AM, Tx Redneck said:

Hola @Tafflad and :wpcm:

 

Have you tried running check disk and system file checker?

 

For check disk, open a command prompt AsAdmin, type chkdsk /f and allow it to complete or reboot to run if required.

 

For system file checker, open a command prompt AsAdmin, type sfc /scannow and allow it to complete.

 

Notice the space between the / and the preceeding word. Post back on what each say.

 

Tx 🤠

Well said,but we don't know if OP has done so,creating a boot disc.

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24 minutes ago, Emma Parker said:

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Thanks to read my blog post reply....

 

It's a windows 10 device...why would you use Android recovery on it?? Take your spam elsewhere..BANNED.

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