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Replaced laptop due to Windows 10 build 2004 issue with Malwarebytes


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Hello KnightRoder44.     :welcome:

I notice this is your first post on the forum.  Is there anything that this forum-community can do for you  at this time ?

I would recommend, as measure of general help, for any Windows 10 machine owner ( or even if your machine were on windows 8.1  or even 7) to make and keep safe a Windows "recovery drive"   or a USB-stick with the Windows Media Creation tool .   Those can be a lifesaver in an event when / if  Windows normal mode is not working out.

These are in the way of "special-help-tools"  that provide other ways to help on Windows.   I am listing below a couple of article links

See Option One  in    https://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/2376-create-bootable-usb-flash-drive-install-windows-10-a.html

The USB made with the Media Creation tool is useful to get machine into special Windows Recovery Environment.   

( Just as one example, its possible to use the Recovery Environment's  Command prompt to Restore windows from a pre-existing Restore Point).

It is always a good  to have  & is has more  general  options than the "recovery drive".

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To make a Recovery drive media   see   https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4026852/windows-create-a-recovery-drive

Basically a Recovery Drive (a.k.a., USB Recovery Drive) is made from the Windows currently installed on your computer

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Hello @KnightRider44   

For your current Windows machine:

I have 2 other suggestions about Windows 10.  The first is to have the machine be able to have the means visually to see advanced start options.

The second is to turn off the standard auto-reboot if the system hits a system error condition.

Press   Windows Key + X  on keyboard and pick Command Prompt ( Admin )

There are 2 command lines listed below.  COPY & Paste into the Command-window ( or type verbatim each command line)  

& after each, press Enter key on keyboard.

 

bcdedit /set {bootmgr} displaybootmenu yes

 

wmic recoveros set AutoReboot = False


Close the Command window after you are all done.

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Please note that we have released a new beta today that we hope should address the issue with Windows 10 build 2004

If you're running Windows 10 build 2004 and were having an issue please try the new beta and let us know if this beta version corrects the issue or not.

Thank you

 

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