How to Repair Install Windows 10 Easily

How to Repair Install Windows 10 Easily: If you are having trouble with your Windows 10 installation lately then it’s time to repair install Windows 10. The benefit of a repair install is that it doesn’t install Windows 10 again instead it just fixes the problems with your current Windows installation.

Windows Repair Install is also known as Windows 10 in-place upgrade or Windows 10 reinstallation. The benefit of Windows 10 Repair Install is that it reloads Windows 10 system files and configuration without deleting any user data.

How to Repair Install Windows 10 Easily

How to Repair Install Windows 10 Easily:

Make sure of the following things before moving forward with Repair Install Windows 10:

-Ensure that your have at least 9 GB of free space on Windows drive (C:)

-Have installation media (USB/ISO) ready. Make sure that the Windows setup is the same build and edition as the current Windows 10 installed on your system.

-The Windows 10 setup must be in the same language as the Windows 10 already installed on your system. This is very important for keeping your files after the repair.

-Make sure that you have downloaded the Windows setup in the same architecture (32-bit or 64-bit) as your current Windows 10 installation.

Create a Windows 10 Installation Media:

1.Download the Windows 10 setup from here.

2.Click on “Download tool now” and save the file to your PC.

3.Next, accept the license agreement.

accept the license agreement

4.Select “Create installation media for another PC.

Create installation media for another PC

5.On select language, architecture, and edition screen make sure that “Use the recommended options for this PC” is checked.

Use the recommended options for this PC

6.Now select ISO file and click Next.

select ISO file and click Next

Note: If you wish to use USB flash drive then select that option.

select usb flash drive

7.Let it download the Windows 10 ISO as it can take some time.

downloading Windows 10 ISO

Start Repair from the Installation Media:

1.Once you have downloaded the ISO, mount the ISO with Virtual Clone Drive.

2.Next, double-click on the setup.exe from Windows 10 virtually loaded drive.

run setup.exe

3.In the next screen select “Download and install updates” box and click Next.

Download and install updates

4.Agree to License terms and conditions.

accept windows 10 license agreement

5.Now follow on-screen instructions in which you have to just click Next.

6.The last dialog box is very important which has a title “Choose what to keep.

choose what to keep windows 10

7.Make sure to select “Keep personal files, apps, and Windows settings” box and then press Next to begin the repair installation.

8.Your PC will automatically reboot several times during the system image is being refreshed without losing your data.

That’s you have successfully learned How to Repair Install Windows 10 Easily but if you still have any queries regarding this post feel free to ask them in the comments section.

9 thoughts on “How to Repair Install Windows 10 Easily”

  1. I tried everything to fix my problems with file explorer not working and was dreading another fresh install especially after several hard drive failures costing me vital productivity downtime. This fixinstall worked a treat. Thank you

  2. HI there! I am having a problem on my ASUS LAPTOP whenever I played any kind of games on my laptop its getting a bit laggy then it will fix then after several seconds it become laggy once again on my GPU (Nvidia Geforce Driver) done Downloading the old Driver but yet it still a bit laggy can someone help me fixing this? anyway I am using Windows 10 Home got it from the Main Site FREE UPGRADE Tho.

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    Debarghya Acharya

    Sir, My device shows ‘The system couldn’t be loaded because the system registry file is missing or contains errors (Error Code: 0xc0000225)’
    How I can perform this trick?
    Because, my PC is not opening at all.
    Please Please suggest me a great solution to solve this.

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    William Glendenning

    Firstly, I am working on a friend/client’s PC, Windows 10 64 bit, fully up to date.

    I had done a reinstall of Windows 10 (using a USB drive) as a means of trying to affect a repair.

    This did not work and I have been through all of your processes, to no avail.

    I am beginning to think that the only way to repair this PC is to do a total re-installation of Windows 10. I have all of the client’s files backed up via Backblaze, so am able to restore them.

    Basically I have the “Store” icon missing totally, as well as having several other with TWINUI as their default (Which I cannot change).
    A possible clue to all of this is that I do have, in the Apps & Features (in settings) things like…


    I have 27 similar entries prior to the first “proper” app entry, Adobe Acrobat Reader DC.

    I would appreciate any suggestions, as I really don’t want to have to do a full clean install if I can avoid it.

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    Bastiaan van der Plas

    Hello, I tried to install a clean Windows10, an option given by Microsoft. It should remove all old files and programs from the harddisk and automatically install a clean version of Windows 10 on a clean disc. So far so good, first the program removed all files and programs and then started to install a new version of Windows10. But halfway the installing process I was asked in which language the installation should continue. I had the choice of three languages, I should select one and then click the YES-button. But my keyboard and the mouse that were connected to this computer did not work, so I could not confirm my choice and the installation did not continue. What else can I do?

  6. I receive the 0xC0000225 error message when starting, I wanted to ask you, have you tried the procedure on a working machine, in point 8:

    8.Your PC will automatically reboot several times during the system image is being refreshed without losing your data.
    you say to start the machine, but are you referring to a working PC? I have a laptop with windows 10 that won’t boot, through the windows 10 recovery pen drive, accessing the command prompt, I can see all the data inside the c: partition, I accidentally deleted the boot partition, it was a 610 mb ntfs partition, even if I must say that the problem had already appeared before I deleted this partition, I would like to restore everything without losing data or apps, but your tutorial put me in a bit of difficulty, because it seems that you do everything from a working computer. Could you clarify point 8 or, given the symptoms, give me some advice. Thank you

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