Your PC Needs To Be Repaired Windows 10 Installation Error (Solution)

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Your PC Needs To Be Repaired Windows 10 Installation Error (Solution)

Till yesterday, I was using windows 8 on my pc. I planned to upgrade to latest version of windows, which is windows 10. I tried downloading ISO files of windows 10 Technical Preview but due to my slow internet connection, It was about to take 2 hours to download the complete windows 10. So, I stopped downloading and planned to grab a disc.

Then finally, I went to market, bought the disk and came back to home. But when I started to install windows 10 through boot, it loaded for sometimes, and popped an error telling “Your PC Need To Be Repaired. The Digital Signatures For This File Couldn’t Be Verified. File:  \windows\system32\winload.exe Error code: 0xc0000428”.

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I looked online for sometimes, and I then tried running the disk directly from windows. It again loaded for sometimes and again popped the same error telling Error Code: 0xc0000428. This was really annoying problem for me. Here I excited to install windows 10 and it was not workingL.

I kept searching for few minutes and found a lot of solutions but among them, one solution worked for me that I am going to share with you too. So, we do have a solution to this evil problem. So let’s get started.

Your PC Needs To Be Repaired Windows 10 Installation Error (Solution)

This has been a great problem for windows 10 users. I found this error on my pc too. I override this error and finally going to share this with all of you so that you can also fix such problem. Okay! Just follow the steps below or write these steps in your note copy because you have to close everything while performing this trick. The steps are mentioned below:
  1. First of all, insert the disk of windows 10.
  2. Now wait until it loads.
  3. Once the disk is properly loaded, restart your pc
  4. Now, you need to move to boot menu. Each pc has its own settings, according to my pc, I switch to boot menu using Delete key. (Try pressing delete key continuously on pc start up, if that doesn’t work then try pressing f1 of f12 continuously during system start up)
  5. Once you enter the boot menu
  6. Navigate to bios settings
  7. There you will find the time and date setting, just put the date to 2014 and save all changes
  8. Once you keep the date as 2014, restart your pc through the installation disk
  9. Now Windows 10 will run properly.

Note: Sometimes, you may not find date setting in bios, so keep on check other options too, you will find it.

Summary


I hope your problem is solved. If it’s not solved yet, then please comment below. If it is solved then please share this post with your friends. But remember that, after changing the date, your internet would not work properly as occurred in my pc. So check out everything and if you find any error then comment below so that I can reply you back with a solution.




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June 18, 2015 at 3:56 PM delete

Thanks a lot!!! I was literally stranded and clueless as to what went wrong!!!

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Anonymous
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September 1, 2015 at 6:04 AM delete

Thanks a lot !

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Smartphone Tool
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September 16, 2015 at 1:18 AM delete

Glad it helped you!

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Smartphone Tool
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September 16, 2015 at 1:21 AM delete

Good to hear that :)

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September 25, 2015 at 11:54 AM delete

WEll thank you alot it works fine

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ago fahmo
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October 2, 2015 at 3:40 AM delete

but when i changed it to (2015) my pc gets the same problem at start up please fix

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Bishnu Dev
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October 4, 2015 at 2:28 AM delete

yes when you change back to 2015, the problem again starts to appear. Unfortunately, there is no solution as far i know unless Microsoft patch their bug. However, there may exist a solution

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Unknown
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October 16, 2015 at 11:33 AM delete

you are freaking best

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Aniel Rossi
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November 14, 2015 at 2:12 AM delete

It works thank you very much :)

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Unknown
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November 24, 2015 at 1:55 PM delete

what if i dont have the windows 10 disk, i downloaded it?

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Bishnu Dev
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November 24, 2015 at 4:13 PM delete

if you have downloaded the iso version then burn it on a disk and then use that disk.... It should work

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QAMRUZZAMA
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January 3, 2016 at 3:58 AM delete

Sir very very very thanku

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February 23, 2016 at 7:05 AM delete

This worked for me too. I was pulling my hair trying to figure out what was wrong. Then a simple change of the date in the BIOS and I'm up and running. WHY? I have no freaking clue! Any explanation on why this works, what it's doing? Am I losing anything by doing it this way? or chalk it up to "well that's Windows for ya"...

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Anonymous
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October 13, 2016 at 9:46 AM delete

Form where I should burn the windows downloaded version. My laptop is stuck with this error..

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Bishnu Dev
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October 15, 2016 at 11:28 PM delete

are you trying to install the OS? or its already installed and then you start getting this problem?

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Anonymous
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October 16, 2016 at 4:23 AM delete

Windows 10 is already installed on my PC. All of a sudden I get this error when I try to login . Does this happen ? I downloaded windows 10 media tool into USB flash drive from another laptop. So I can follow the steps given. Not sure if this will work

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erd
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October 28, 2016 at 10:53 AM delete

OMG! It worked after I tried all of Microsoft recommendations. Why, why, why! And now that I set the
bios date for 10/28/2014 will my PC stop booting when the bios time stamp goes forward to some 2015 date? If yes then would it be better to set the bios date as the year 2000? Thank you for your service to the community.

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Bishnu Dev
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November 8, 2016 at 11:14 PM delete

i found that this bug is fixed in the newer version of windows 10 after the updates.... Try installing the latest version; it may fix your problem. :-)

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