cannot fix \boot\bcd y at - it an easy solution for it.

I have a problem with my desktop computer, I ran a full recovery, the power has exploded and now can not back into the computer I boot from a hard drive. The message is \Boot\BCD there is no value in the operating system. Someone has an easy solution for this. Considers that Jim.

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Hello

If you perform a full recovery and were part of the way by doing it when the power went off, there is no operating system installed to correct.

You will have to start the recovery.

See you soon.

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    OPTION THREE

    How to see and read that only "CFS" Scan results from CBS. JOURNAL

    NOTE: SFC when is running, it records its actions in the C:\Windows\Logs\CBS\CBS.log. The steps of this option will show you how to view only specific SFC entries with the [SR] tags in the CBS.log newspaper. This can be useful to show you what files SFC couldn't fix automatically if you want to try and manually change them.

    1. open an elevated command prompt in Windows 8.

    2 in the elevated command prompt, copy and paste the following command and press enter.
    NOTE: This will place a file sfcdetails.txt on your desktop with only the SFC scan details of the results of the CBS. Log in this.

    Code:
    findstr /c:"[SR]" %windir%\Logs\CBS\CBS.log >%userprofile%\Desktop\sfcdetails.txt
    
    3 close the elevated command prompt.

    4. open the file on your desktop to see the SFC sfcdetails.txt analysis details in convertible bonds. NEWSPAPER.

    5 when you are finished, you can safely remove the sfcdetails.txt file later if you wish.

    Tip
    If you need to replace a corrupted system file that SFC cannot fix, this will show you how to:

    If you have many files are corrupted, then run Dism/online/Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth to repair any component store corruption, restart the PC after and try the sfc/scannow command.

    If you have only a little, then you could manually extract a new copy directly from your installation of Windows 8 DVD or USB thumb drive, or ISO if file in a virtual machine.

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