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dandl
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December 6, 2015 - 7:49 am
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Pardon the way I did this screenshot. I have two machines that are setup in identical ways. This is my machine after a cold boot after closing the machine from within W10. A Ctrl>Alt>Del will reboot the machine into W10. I know what caused this in my machine but is their a way to correct this without reinstalling W10?https://davescomputertips.com/wp-content/sp-resources/forum-image-uploads/dandl/2015/12/002.jpg
This is a cold boot in my wife's machine after closing the machine from within W10.
Both machines have the some Motherboards and the same bios update and settings.

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Jim Hillier
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Which OS/drive is housing the boot sector? And from which OS do you control EasyBCD?

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