Format disk
  • Gestion des diques pour vérifier le bon disk a formater
  • cmd
  • Commands: Diskpart list disk select disk 1 …. or 2 list disk pour vérifier si bon disk avec étoile a gauche clean
  • Aller dans gestion des disque pour initialiser disque et attribuer lettre

Enlever mot de passe session
  • Boot USB windows
  • Shift + (Fn) + F10= Open a command prompt
  • Si W11 =
  • Type in diskpart
  • Type list disk to see a list of disks
  • Type select disk #  (where # is the disk you want)
  • Type detail disk to see partitions
  • Type select volume #  (where # is the volume you want)
  • Type assign letter=x  (where x is the drive letter)
  • Ensuite, comme w7, w8, w10, trouver le lecteur avec windows installé ( par défaut C: )
  • Taper  C:
  • taper  dir
  • cd windows\system32
  • copy cmd.exe utilman.exe
  • exit
  • Démarrer windows normalement
  • cliquer sur bouton utilitaire
  • taper : control userpasswords2
  • clic : Reinitialiser mot de passe
  • Ne rien inscrire si pas de nouveau mot de passe
  • Appliquer

Enter Safe Mode without access to Startup Settings

In some cases, the Startup Settings option is not displayed. Open Windows in Safe Mode from a command prompt.

  1. Turn on your computer and repeatedly press the esc key until the Startup Menu opens.

  2. To begin a system recovery, press f11. If prompted, select your keyboard layout.

  3. The Choose an option screen is displayed. Click Troubleshoot.

  4. Click Advanced options.

  5. Click Command Prompt to open a command prompt window. You might need to select your account and enter your password to continue.

    Type the command for the Safe Mode option that you want:

    • Enable Safe Mode: Type bcdedit /set {default} safeboot minimal, and then press enter.

    • Enable Safe Mode with Networking: Type bcdedit /set {default} safeboot network, and then press enter.

    • Enable Safe Mode with Command Prompt: Type:bcdedit /set {default} safeboot minimal and press enter, and then type bcdedit /set {default} safebootalternateshell yes, and then press enter.

    The operation completed successfully is displayed when you have entered the command correctly.

  6. To close the command prompt window, click the X icon in the upper-right corner.

  7. The Choose an option screen is displayed. Select Continue and sign in to Windows with your account name and password. The computer opens the desktop in Safe Mode.