As the name suggests, the reset is to go back to the initial setup. It can be a hard reset or a master rest, depending on the type restore you want to implement. When a factory reset is an option available, it deletes all the data and files in the device and takes the device to the initial set up. If you Can’t factory reset Windows 10 go-ahead and remove the problem cause resetting your PC.
Nevertheless, we can follow different steps to reach the solution, and the important step and the most comfortable possible is the SYSTEM RESTORE.
You can rest the computer using a lot of varied options available online and find a solution on the windows 10 error Hub as well.
Things to do if you Can’t to factory reset windows 10:
- Go for the restore point, so use the system restore.
- Access to drive used for Recovery.
- Do factory reset using installation media.
- You can forgo the initial version of the windows.
- Find the recovery options and partition
- Rest and Refresh with WINRE
Solution 1: Use the System Restore point to restore:
With this step, one can go back to the earlier time and access the point of Restore. With this, you can get access to install a new app, and restore windows manually and proceed with driver updates.
In the day to day restoration, there are series of steps that we follow will not impact the files or remove any apps, and when the drivers or updates that you install with which the restoration point is created.
Below are some possible steps to follow to restore the system from the point generated.
- Go the Start option and right-click on the same.
- Choose the control panel option.
- Use the control panel to access Recovery.
- Go for the Recovery with the help of the search option.
- Choose to open the System Restore.
- Select the option “Identify the Restore point liked to the problem causing app and hit the update and choose “Next to Finish.”
In case you are not able to access restore points, it becomes necessary to follow the below steps when the system protection is not working.
- Go to the Start and right-click on it.
- Choose Control.
- Find the Recovery Option.
- And select Recovery.
- Edit the System Restore to configure
- Choose the configure option
- Click and choose to turn on the system security setting.
Solution 2: Identify the recovery drive:
In case you are not able to factory reset, you can try the drive option to reinstall windows 10. In case you don’t have the opportunity to create the backup of the files as the recovery drive is available. Then you won’t get the option to rest or recover from the drive.
In case you upgraded your windows from windows 8.1 to 10 then you can follow the below steps to fix the problem.
- Choose the recovery drive option as you turn on the computer.
- While you access the options screen, choose to troubleshoot.
- Go to advanced options available to restore from system restore.
- Choose to reset the computer from the available options.
- Go to the repartition section and then reinstall Windows 8.1.
- If, while you are using windows 8.1 then you can go for an upgrade to Windows 10; after that, the refresh and reset PC. Select and go for the uncheck option if the partition won’t work. One can go for repartition the drive instead.
Solution 3: Factory Reset Windows 10 using installation media:
There are cases when you don’t have aces to the recovery drive, download the installation files, and then use the windows factory rest option.
- You need to go on the Microsoft software download website.
- With the help of the media creation tool, we can run the file.
- Use and create media for installation from other PC.
- With the help of another PC use installation media
- With the option, go for the language, edition, and architecture.
- As you access the setup screen, you can enter languages that go to next.
- If you don’t see set up screen, your computer may not be set up to boot from the drive so check how to change your computer’s boot order (from manufacturer’s website) and try again
- Choose and go for Repair.
- Go to the screen, which has the option as you click on Troubleshoot.
- Identify the Advanced Options.
- Restore using System Restore.
You need to reinstall Windows 10. Use the reset option.