This is a quick operation that is often useful when non-booting is due to a recent system change. Boot into System Recovery Options via the F8 Advanced Boot Options menu or disk as shown in blue link tutorial, open a Command Line to run a full Disk Check (chkdsk /f) on both the System partition and Windows partition (if they're not one and the same).On a Legacy install to MBR disk, confirm the Partition Marked Active is the 100mb System Reserved (preferred if you have it) or Windows 7 partition (if you don't), run Startup Repair repeatedly up to 3 separate times with reboots in between each - no matter what it reports.I don't know what's going on with this computer now.I upgraded to Windows 10 from 8.1 and for some strange reason if i leave windows idle for no more than 10 minutes it decides to freeze hang.Users at the MDL forums have released an all-in-one package to reinstall Windows Media Center on current Windows 10 builds (1022).
You should probably wait until you receive an official notification, but if you are determined, you can force the Windows 10 upgrade.
Hopefully someone can give me insight on this situation. Everything else i should be able to replace easily in time.
I had problem prior to this such as freezing/Hanging/blue screens after waking the PC from sleep, but now it happens during idle.
“It keeps re-setting iself at least once a day if [users] switch it back off,” developer Josh Mayfield told Computerworld.
Apparently, Microsoft has been re-issuing the update that installs GWX with different binary files, which makes it look like a new update.