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I need to change the startup procedure for Windows 10 to

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I need to change the startup procedure for Windows 10 to remove the options Recovery Mode or Start so automatic start up from power failure is not stopped by this step
Submitted: 4 months ago.
Category: Microsoft Office
Expert:  Richard replied 4 months ago.

Hi there and welcome

To do this, open up command prompt in admin by pressing the windows key + X and choosing it

Then type in the black windows

bcdedit /set recoveryenabled NO

Press enter

Make sure it says it completed successfully.

If you ever want to enable it again you use

bcdedit /set recoveryenabled YES

If you have any problems, or would like any additional information or assistance, please do not hesitate to let me know.

Else if you can take a second to rate my service by clicking one of the stars at the top of the screen then submit, that would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you

Customer: replied 4 months ago.
Ok I did that and will now check it works. How can I get back to this page after reboot?C
Expert:  Richard replied 4 months ago.

add this page to your favorites or you can return here from your emails (you have an email with a link to this page from us)

Customer: replied 4 months ago.
OK, just spotted the email. I will check it now.C
Expert:  Richard replied 4 months ago.

thanks

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Customer: replied 4 months ago.
Just given you 5 stars. It worked great. Many thanks
Customer: replied 4 months ago.
How can I get Richard to deal with a follow up question?
Expert:  Richard replied 4 months ago.

you can make a new question here Chris and I can work with you on this

http://www.justanswer.com/computer/expert-richieme

Customer: replied 4 months ago.
OK. Here we go. The object is to enable the pc to reboot automatically when power is restored after cut. The previous stop page (choice between recovery mode or not) has been replaced since the BCDedit with a new page headed:Recovery
Your PC did not turn off properly
....... it needs to be repaired
error code 0x0000001
chose one of the following options
(If I select ENTER it starts normally)I don't want to damage the pc but is there a way of avoiding this step so it just starts up without this warning?ThanksChris
Expert:  Richard replied 4 months ago.

Chris, you need to make a NEW question on the link I provided please

Customer: replied 4 months ago.
It takes me to 'Andy' not to you!C
Expert:  Richard replied 4 months ago.

iut will come to me, thats just a picture of an expert

Or just accept the proposal I made now and we can continue here

Customer: replied 4 months ago.
OK. Here we go. The object is to enable the pc to reboot automatically when power is restored after cut. The previous stop page (choice between recovery mode or not) has been replaced since the BCDedit with a new page headed:Recovery
Your PC did not turn off properly
....... it needs to be repaired
error code 0x0000001
chose one of the following options
(If I select ENTER it starts normally)I don't want to damage the pc but is there a way of avoiding this step so it just starts up without this warning?ThanksChris
Expert:  Richard replied 4 months ago.

ok, if you also get this, then repeat the initial instructions I gave and use

bcdedit /set {current} bootstatuspolicy ignoreallfailures

Customer: replied 4 months ago.
OK will try it.C
Expert:  Richard replied 4 months ago.

thanks, ***** ***** know how it goes please

Customer: replied 4 months ago.
Just before I reboot, please confirm how I can revert to the previous setting ie cancel this edit
Expert:  Richard replied 4 months ago.

you use

bcdedit /set {current} bootstatuspolicy displayallfailures

Customer: replied 4 months ago.
OK, thanks it worked fine.
Expert:  Richard replied 4 months ago.

your welcome

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