Windows bootloop

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Windows Boot Crashes[edit]

If you find that ZFSin is crashing everytime you boot Windows, you can remove the kernel extension part.

  • When booting, once you get to the spinning dots part - turn off your PC - either by holding power button for 10s, or cutting power.
  • Doing that 2 times in a row, Windows will ask if you have boot issues.
  • Enter Troubleshoot, Advanced Options, then Command Prompt.
  • Navigate to your hard disk, which might not be C: during boot command console. Change drive letter, and issue "dir" until you recognise your disk.
  • cd into Windows\System32\Drivers
  • dele ZFSin.sys
  • exit command prompt
  • use menus to boot normally.