Windows 10 Freezing when using..

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Windows 10 Freezing when using..

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Hello everyone,,
Hoping you can help me here. I've been using DDU for ages to remove my AMD Drivers, but since going onto Windows 10 and trying to update my Crimson Drivers ive ran into a problem https://19216801.onl/ https://routerlogin.uno/. I clicked on restart into Safe mode in DDU but after restarting i have been stuck in a loop on the Windows 10 logo screen with the dots just endlessly spinning. Even if i go into the recovery options and say do a restore point it does the same thing. This happened on my windows 10 laptop as well, but that was new so i just did a clean install and started again. I DO NOT want to have to do that on my Desktop.

Any Help?
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Samebeef wrote: Fri Jun 11, 2021 5:18 pm Hello everyone,,
Hoping you can help me here. I've been using DDU for ages to remove my AMD Drivers, but since going onto Windows 10 and trying to update my Crimson Drivers ive ran into a problem. I clicked on restart into Safe mode in DDU but after restarting i have been stuck in a loop on the Windows 10 logo screen with the dots just endlessly spinning. Even if i go into the recovery options and say do a restore point it does the same thing. This happened on my windows 10 laptop as well, but that was new so i just did a clean install and started again. I DO NOT want to have to do that on my Desktop.

Any Help?
If I understand, DDU did not run (clean) yet.
Try to reach a command prompt with the recovery option. Once there you can follow the BCDEDIT procedure to remove the safe boot value. This will revert what ddu did to boot into safe mode.
In the future for you, manually boot into safe mode. So if it fail, it will automatically go back to normal boot

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