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help! win 10 hard drive took a dive

December 10, 2015 at 22:32:59
Specs: win 10`
how do I scan and repair a old win 10 registry
my other win 10 installation has alllll my programs, KODI add-ons n such, I do not want to start over again and would love to keep that win 10, how would I go about scanning that registry for errors and then correct why it went into anever ending repair loop

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December 10, 2015 at 22:46:15
If problem is hardware-related you'll just be back to square one in a very short time.

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December 11, 2015 at 01:01:21
I don't think it is.. all I did was connect my laptop to a 2nd monitor.. well technically a 3rd, the ex-wife got ahold of my laptop and smashed the screen so I use a monitor and was attempting to one next the tv thru the hdmi.. I look up and poof. blue screen, and a never ending loop of repairing that never got me to fully install or repair at all, which I found out was cause of a spotty MS bug that's in there update files.

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December 12, 2015 at 06:28:54
Hmmm, you don't think it's a hardware problem, yet your ex smashed the screen? That sure sounds like a hardware problem to me. And how do you know the damage didn't carry over to something else? How long had you been using the laptop with an external monitor?

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