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Windows 7: mistaken type bcdedit /delete id, instead of /delete value id...

02 Nov 2015   #1
akipfer

Win 10 x64 Pro - PT-BR
 
 
mistaken type bcdedit /delete id, instead of /delete value id...

So fist i had some problems after some crashs, and then i enable safe mode though windows it self(msconfig) but then for shit reason win ask for passwords, it doesn't ask for PIN of other options when on safe mode....so i got stuck at that.....cause i never use psd, neither have used hotmail, on gmail for years....so i tryed to disable that dam thing, but by a mistake i type "bcdedit /delete {id}" instead of "bcdedit /deletevalue {id}" Now i have no boot for sure....of course....right after i press enter, and restart i realize it... i feel that on my nuts right after that hahaha

So, can i fix that? After that i'll need more help, but a diferent topic/post for sure i think....(some system files are corrupted, how to repair them and stuff like that) ...but fist this problem...


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03 Nov 2015   #2
akipfer

Win 10 x64 Pro - PT-BR
 
 

Can some one help me? or else i'll need to just format and do a fresh install....i don't wannato do that...
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