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Original post by: jayeff ,



Have you got a Win 10 USB recovery disc?

If not you can create one from any known working Win 10 PC.

You'll need an 8GB flashdrive and 40-60 minutes of time.

In the host PC go to Control panel > Recovery and find the link to create the recovery USB drive

Once you have the drive start the laptop and get into BIOS.

Change the boot order to USB drive first boot option and also enable Legacy USB (or CSM - not sure with your laptop which one is there). Save the changes and restart the laptop with USB inserted.

It should boot to the Windows Recovery Environment and then see if it starts in safe mode. (Troubleshoot > Advanced > Startup settings)