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Can't reboot since I Have the error: critical process died

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I have been working fine with Windows 10 64bits for almost a year, but yesterday i've got "the critical process died" error. I ran all options to repair and diagnóstic, but nothing is working. In oforum I found that by rebooting from a bootable usb to backup muy personal info but even when i chanced in bios the boot priority, i always get the same error. It never atarte from the usb.

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Is there any Other sugestion?

thanks in avance.

 

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Sounds link you're not getting to a one-time boot menu that will allow you to select the USB stick.

 

I've found that pressing either F9 or F12 repeatedly usually brings up that screen.

 

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Thanks, I finally found a way to backup by opening the command line ando opening the notepad and using the open file window to move my information to an external HDD. 

The next step just restore my computer to the factory settings. The largest way, but so far, the only solution I found.

 

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