Automatic Repair Error SrtTrail.txt

My computer wouldn't start and entered into an Automatic Repair. The automatic repair "couldnt repair [my]PC". 

It specifies the following Log file: E:\Recovery\WindowsRE\Winre.wim\System32\Logfiles\Srt\SrtTrail.txt

 

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When is this being fixed? Im having the same issue

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Over the past 3 months, I have been forced to re-install Windows 2X due Windows 10 updates crashing my PC and am now spending numerous hours with another update failure.  Microsoft, please prevent these failures from happening!!!!!  I have tried every option available for this most recent system crashing update and am going to need to resort to reinstalling Windows once again.  If this happens again, I am getting and Apple as I have had it with these unbelievable poor customer experiences and spending more time fixing my computer than using it.  

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I installed the update 2 days ago, and now I have the same error. No fixes are working, and from what I have read so far Windows and their update appear to be responsible. So I would like to very much add to the call for an explanation and an immediate solution from Microsoft.

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This seems to be the error post recent 1803 update of Windows...

Facing the same error..

Startup repair non functional - SRT error

Reset pc non functional too

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I have tried all the steps in this thread and nothing is working.PC reset will not work either. Is my computer completely destroyed?

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Thanks Microsoft.  I had to pay geek squad $250 dollars to completely wipe my computer and reinstall Windows.  Lost my pictures of my wedding engagement which hurt more than anything

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I ran into this on 8/24/2018 with Win 10 Pro 1803

Solution: Go into BIOS boot order and change #1 FROM Windows Boot Manager, TO the HDD with Windows installed

This somehow got changed by accident. I don't think I ever had boot issues.

In the Windows Blue Screen there was a option to boot from a device and choosing my HDD worked.

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Here's my solution 

Solution: Go into BIOS boot order and change #1 FROM Windows Boot Manager, TO the HDD with Windows installed

This somehow got changed by accident. I don't think I ever had boot issues.

In the Windows Blue Screen there was a option to boot from a device and choosing my HDD worked.

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I have the exact same issue. 

E:\Recovery\WindowsRE\Winre.wim\System32\Logfiles\Srt\SrtTrail.txt

Unable to perform startup repair. 

Already tried bootrec /fixboot --- Access denied

Tried updating BIOS

Tried fixmbr

Tried modifying the boot order in the BIOS

Nothing is working!!!!!

I work for creating windows images for a company. And now im running into this issue!!!

Is it a WIn10 update with version 1803? Need a answer/resolution ASAP!

I cant even start the computer in SAFEMODE!!! this is nonsense!!!!

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My computer wouldn't start and entered into an Automatic Repair. The automatic repair "couldnt repair [my]PC". 

It specifies the following Log file: E:\Recovery\WindowsRE\Winre.wim\System32\Logfiles\Srt\SrtTrail.txt

I need help ASAP!!!!

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