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    Default Issues with Windows 10 upgrade

    This afternoon, I upgraded my home PC from Windows 7 to Windows 10

    After entering the log in screen, I get nothing - just black screens.

    A pop-up with the following message appears:

    "C:\Windows\System32\LogiLDA.dll The specified module could not be found."

    Any advice to get me going?
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    Default Re: Issues with Windows 10 upgrade

    LogiLDA.dll is the logitech Download Assistant.

    What you can do is go into the registry and remove the entry from HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\Curr entVersion\Run key

    BUT the gotya is if you cant boot into windows you need to load the registry off line. I do have a easy way (somewhere) just need to find the download for the software.

    But have a read of this ( its rather long winded) https://www.winhelponline.com/blog/e...ne-windows-re/

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    Default Re: Issues with Windows 10 upgrade

    Okay, found the ISO but its linux and had a mental wouldn't load

    BUT Theres another way - Download Lazesoft Recovery Suite Home https://www.lazesoft.com/lazesoft-re...uite-free.html

    Download and install on another PC Make the ISO, burn to CD or USB option, boot from it, from Start - Registry Editor --- ye de ya (Ok etc) load the registry, select SystemTarget OS, navigate to

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\Curr entVersion\Run

    See if the Logitech entry is there, if it is delete it, exit out the editor , reboot. All going well it will start.

    Note: Can upload the Finished ISO if you want. 322MB

    There are several other methods as well. One is Via HBCD https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sBgIOK4Cyaw The video appears to error but it does run after a moment. BUT have not used it in years so dont know if it will work or not. https://www.hirensbootcd.org/files/HBCD_PE_x64.iso
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    Default Re: Issues with Windows 10 upgrade

    Now the PC is switching itself off, each and every time I log on
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    Default Re: Issues with Windows 10 upgrade

    Will it start in Safe Mode ?

    Often crashes like that are caused by incompatible or damaged Drivers.

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    Default Re: Issues with Windows 10 upgrade

    Did you do a clean install? Format the drive and start again.
    If you haven't done a backup of your data you may be able to recover it by booting with a Linux USB stick, and copy the files.
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    Default Re: Issues with Windows 10 upgrade

    After several hours of restarting my PC, I appear to have a working computer - fingers crossed.

    How long will it last?

    If I revert back to Windows 7, can I try another upgrade at a later date?
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    Default Re: Issues with Windows 10 upgrade

    as noted above, better to do a clean install.
    Youve got some crud left over from years of Win7

    Backup data , wipe HD with a clean install : boot from a Win10 DVD (download the ISO) & there is an option to wipe all old partitions on the HD

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    Default Re: Issues with Windows 10 upgrade

    I had just installed a new (larger) SSD as my C Drive to accommodate the upgrade
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    Default Re: Issues with Windows 10 upgrade

    Hi Zippity
    Glad you've upgraded to W10.
    The sooner we get everyone on it, the better off we wil all be with only one system to support and help with.

    (I just wish that MS would hurry up and finsish the Settings App)
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