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    Re: Dual Partitions Disk 0 will not boot

    I have to restart the system and then run SFC again. brb

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    Re: Dual Partitions Disk 0 will not boot

    I restarted but there were no repairs in drive D and I follow your instructions again and I get the same thing in the command prompt.UGH!
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    Re: Dual Partitions Disk 0 will not boot

    That would be DISM very likely. It appears it was interrupted by the check disk prompt. Just to clarify, you get that every time when you try to boot Win8 in any mode?


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    Re: Dual Partitions Disk 0 will not boot

    When I boot into 8.1 ..I always get Repairing PC and then it goes to Advanced repair options. I was only trying to use the Command Prompt in Advanced Setting..I am not sure what you mean..Sorry...Every time I run Command Prompt within Windows 10 and run the SFC I get that message about restarting PC.

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    Re: Dual Partitions Disk 0 will not boot

    Okay, when in Advanced Repair Options in Win 8.1 did you try going to Startup Settings and restarting and then trying all different Safe Mode options to check if any of these work?


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    Re: Dual Partitions Disk 0 will not boot

    I have done all those repair options before all this. I will try all of them again..Should I run Command Prompt while I'm in 8.1 safemode?

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    Re: Dual Partitions Disk 0 will not boot

    Sorry, you have confused me a bit, are you saying that you can boot into Safe Mode on Windows 8.1?


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    Re: Dual Partitions Disk 0 will not boot

    No I cannot boot up in safemode in 8.1. Sorry about the confusion. I cannot get any where when rebooting the PC. I have 2 options. Windows 10 or 8.1 and 8.1 always keeps sending me to Repair. With the advanced options.

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    Re: Dual Partitions Disk 0 will not boot

    Its getting late your way right? I'll reboot and see what I can do .
    Thank you so much..

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    Re: Dual Partitions Disk 0 will not boot

    Yup, 4 A.M. and I'm elbow deep in my materials for work, so no sleep soon, haha. Yes, please let me know the results of the Safe Modes.


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    Re: Dual Partitions Disk 0 will not boot

    I certainly will! I appreciate all your help. Have a goodnight!

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    Re: Dual Partitions Disk 0 will not boot

    Thanks! Good night to you as well!
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    Re: Dual Partitions Disk 0 will not boot

    Hello Softwaremaniac!

    Great news! I made another disk of 8.1 ISO. Then I started the disk in Windows 10 and 8.1 asked me for a keycode to activate and I entered that . I got an error of course because you cannot downgrade. But I was just seeing if this disk was bootable. I restarted my system and went into 8.1 partition and got the Preparing Auto Repair and I went to Advanced options and clicked Reset this PC. Then it told me to insert Media. Which asked to reset all drives and I said no just this one. So it looks like 8.1N Pro is now my default and I can now boot from both partitions. I am good to go. Thank you so much for all your patience and help & support This is now solved.
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    Re: Dual Partitions Disk 0 will not boot

    This is awesome news! Thank you for letting me know!
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    Re: Dual Partitions Disk 0 will not boot

    Of course you are most welcome and besides I learned some more about Windows with your helping me in all of this!

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    Re: Dual Partitions Disk 0 will not boot

    Win-win :)
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