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Old March 4th, 2020, 01:24 PM
Lewis-H Lewis-H is offline
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There are a number of solutions to fix this error. Just follow the instruction properly.

Method # 1: Repair Corrupt System Files
Download and run Reimage Plus by clicking here to scan for corrupt files, if corrupt and missing files are found, repair them.

Method # 2: Booting Windows Manually
In order to resolve this problem, you have to boot Windows manually. Booting the Windows in safe mode wouldn’t more in most cases. So, you have to boot it using force drivers to have the signature disabled option available inside Advanced Boot Options. To access this option, follow the steps below.

1. Restart the PC from Windows holding the Shift key and clicking on the Restart. If you can’t access the Restart option on your Windows, then you might need to boot through a Windows bootable USB.

2. It will take you to an options screen. Select Troubleshoot to access the advance tools.

3. From the next screen, choose the Advanced option.

4. On the next screen, you will see plenty of options. All you need to do is to click on Startup Settings as shown in the picture below.

5. On the startup screen, there would be a number of options to select from. Press F7 labeled as Disable driver signature enforcement.

Your PC would restart with the option you selected and now, you can tweak your PC using different options.
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