Scanning and repairing drive (C:)

  Guest 1234512767 14:17 02 Aug 2018

Does it every time I boot and gets stuck at 33%. Skipping it works fine and lets me boot into Windows 8.1 - the affected drive seems to be working properly as well. The drive is an SSD (Crucial MX100). Any ideas on what the problem might be?

  Taff™ 15:50 02 Aug 2018

Yes! It's Windows 8.1 LOL

Why don't you just move to Windows 10 for free?

  Guest 1234512767 15:55 02 Aug 2018

@Taff™ that's not possible anymore or am i wrong?

  Taff™ 16:18 02 Aug 2018

You are unfortunately wrong! LOL

I will drop a link here. Basically follow these steps:

1) Back Up all data! 2) Go to your Computer Manufacturers Website and download every driver (Windows 10 - so alter Operating System if the site automatically determines you are on Win8) 3) Try this link and select the appropriate 32Bit or 64Bit verion for your computer

click here

  Taff™ 16:24 02 Aug 2018

Well, that link worked from my trusty Vista Machine LOL

Now burn that to disc or USB and boot from that.

When you get asked for a Licence Key choose the small link "I do not have a Licence Key" underneath. Carry on .... If later you are asked for a key use your existing Windows 8 Key! Voila

Then let's see if you have a problem!

Post back if you do! Or any questions!

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