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On several occasions lately, my desktop has not wanted to reboot after an "unexpected" shutdown. Like today I inadvertently disconnected the power.
When it first tries to reboot, the round dots spin, seemingly forever. Like minutes. Completely disconnect the power, wait a little, and try to restart. Dots again and fail. Eventually restarted again and used DELETE to boot to UEFI, didn't need to change anything then restarted. Windows blue screen came up with the familiar "Your PC couldn't start properly. After multiple attempts ... Error code 0xc0000001. You need to use recovery tools. Press Enter to try again."
I tried again and it started normally.
My question is can I do anything to change this behavior? I see this in Help "Fix Boot problems for GPT/UEFI Boot Systems" but only available if I boot with my Rescue USB drive. Should I try this - boot my Rescue and go to "Fix Windows boot problems?"