If you try to use Reset this PC in Windows 11 or Windows 10 but find that the process is stuck at 74, 89, 1, 88, 10, 3, 18, 26, 36, 37, 62, 100, etc., %, then This post will help you out of the situation.
Why does my computer crash when you reset this computer?
The reset may get stuck or take a long time. It is very common for the reset to get stuck at a percentage like 1, 10, 30, etc. These percentages refer to certain operations performed such as copying files, restoring the registry, etc. Once this number is exceeded, the reset process completes in relatively less time. Although it is advised not to interrupt the reset process – if it is longer than an hour or two, you have a problem.
The reset is usually blocked due to file permissions or file corruption. System files related to the reset may become corrupted and prevent the computer from resetting. Corrupted files can be repaired in various ways. Sometimes it can just be a mistake. This issue prevents the utility from loading file reset files.
Fix Resetting this PC Stuck in Windows 11/10
If Reset this PC gets stuck on your Windows PC, here are some suggestions to help you out of the situation:
- Let it run for an hour or two
- Hard restart your computer and try again
- Go to safe mode or advanced startup screen
- Repair Windows using installation media
- Perform an in-place upgrade repair.
Let’s talk about it in detail.
1]Leave it on for an hour or two
Sometimes the reset tool gets slow, making it look like it is stuck at one point and not moving. When you actually do the job, just slower. Sometimes the process takes an hour or two, so give it plenty of time and if it still refuses to move, move on to the next solution.
Read: There was a problem resetting your PC; No changes have been made
2]Restart your computer and try again
Once your computer is on, tap on the power option, and hold they changeand choose to restart. If you have The computer boots into the Windows recovery environment, then select Troubleshoot > Reset this PC. Hope your computer reset successfully. This process is useful if your problem is caused by a glitch.
Read: Reset this PC is not working
3]Go to safe mode or advanced startup screen
If your problem is not resolved after waiting for some time, you should turn off your computer.
Next, you need to find a way to start Windows in safe mode. Options include:
- Hold Shift and click Restart to boot into the Advanced Boot Options screen
- If you have already enabled the F8 key previously, things will be easier when you press F8 during boot up, to enter Safe Mode.
Once in safe mode:
- Open Windows 11 Settings
- Click Open System Settings
- Scroll down until you see Recovery on the right side and tap on it
- On the next screen, under Recovery Options, you will see Advanced startup
- Click Restart Now button to start the process.
If you cannot enter Safe Mode, you may need to start Windows to the Advanced Boot Options screen.
Once you get to the advanced options screen, you need to use the automatic repair option.
Select Repair / Autostart. You will be asked to select a user account to continue. Do it and keep going. If prompted, enter your password as well and click Continue. Windows Automatic Repair will now start and try to identify and fix the problem. This process may take some time and your system may restart.
Read: Automatic repair failed, stuck in reboot loop
4]Repair windows using installation media
If you are unable to access Safe Mode or Advanced Startup, you may need to boot Windows 11/10 using Windows installation media or recovery drive and select fix your computer. Follow the onscreen instructions to repair your computer.
You can use Windows 11/10 DVD or bootable USB, or you can burn Windows ISO to USB using another computer.
5]Perform an in-place upgrade repair
Basically, the PC reset process aims to reinstall Windows 11/10 on your PC with or without deleting the files on your PC, depending on your choice. If you are unable to reset Windows 11/10 or the reset function does not work, then it is possible that the recovery partition is damaged. In this case, to fix the issue at hand, you can perform an in-place upgrade repair – this procedure will fix any corrupt system files or a bad image, which in turn may cause the reset function to work normally.
How long does it take to reset this PC in Windows 10?
It usually takes about 15-30 minutes to reset your computer besides, your computer restarts several times, so it takes 4-5 minutes. However, it really depends on the number of tasks that will be executed and the reading and writing speed of your computer. So there is no set time.
So, you tried Windows 11 and didn’t like it? there is no problem! You can go back to the previous version of Windows. There are two ways to do the same. You can use Windows settings to go back to the previous version without 10 days of installation, after 10 days you need to download Windows 10 ISO and use USB to perform the installation. For the 10-day rollback option, you have to follow the given steps.
- To open Settings On your Windows 11 PC.
- going to System > Recovery.
- Click on to return to button Previous version of Windows to choose.
If you decide to roll back after 10 days, check out our guide on using a USB to install Windows 10. You can also choose to keep your files and not delete them during the installation process.