How to reset msconfig without entering the OS?

In General I have seen the video about optimize computer decided to go into msconfig and set the max value of the processor and the memory (put 0) vinda stopped zapuskatsya I tried using cmd to bring the default settings with the command bcdedit/deletevalue {default} (RAM and core) but in vain got out saying "Specified invalid identifier record.The parameter is incorrect. what do I do any ideas?
April 19th 20 at 12:08
2 answers
April 19th 20 at 12:10
Solution
@Compolomus wrote is true.
Windows has a safe mode boot which ignores a lot of what you can do in the settings (msconfig in particular).
Try to boot in safe mode and fix what you changed.

PS Windows is quite well optimized for a wide range of common tasks, so if your OS is not designed to run only one product for which optimization is required (for example for Photoshop you can creatively play around with the OS settings to ensure the best performance namely photoshop), - it is better not to go into the settings, you never know what you have advised in the video. The sad experience you already have
I just tried in safe mode with console only and just without an antivirus program - chanelle_Kozey85 commented on April 19th 20 at 12:13
@chanelle_Kozey85that shows booting in safe mode? - retha.Schul commented on April 19th 20 at 12:16
@evalyn.Schul, shows on your PC has encountered a problem and needs to restart automatically restarts - chanelle_Kozey85 commented on April 19th 20 at 12:19
@chanelle_Kozey85, try to make a bootable USB flash drive for your OS and boot from it.
In the boot options choose "repair the current windows installation" or similar item. - retha.Schul commented on April 19th 20 at 12:22
@evalyn.Schul, I did tried to run through the BIOS came out I went and just tried to do but... Ah... forgot the name in the end in General nothing came out tried to reset the save data just does not work out 50% was a mistake I had a point there will but says that they are not rolling back to earlier windows are also not imau opportunities
now ran a check on oerbke of the C drive at the end there are errors MB is in something will help - chanelle_Kozey85 commented on April 19th 20 at 12:25
@chanelle_Kozey85, then fix the disk check.
Then start again booting from a USB drive and launching the correct installation of windows - retha.Schul commented on April 19th 20 at 12:28
@evalyn.Schul, the data is saved right? - chanelle_Kozey85 commented on April 19th 20 at 12:31
@chanelle_Kozey85depends on what you choose
When you restore, it will offer you options :
to restore the booting (try this first)
If it does not save - there is a point about the upgrade, type of upgrade (so only use this OS which you have installed) and save the settings. In this case, something, of course, will RUB, but you will be able to restore most functionality.

Simultaneously, you can boot from a pendrive in command line mode and copy onto a USB drive all the files from drive C: to zabekapit. - retha.Schul commented on April 19th 20 at 12:34
@evalyn.Schul, it is possible that due to povrezhdenie of the C drive I could not reset the msconfig and boot from the stick? - chanelle_Kozey85 commented on April 19th 20 at 12:37
April 19th 20 at 12:12
Solution
Problem solved I couldn't reset msconfiga due to the fact that before this I tried to restore the system with disk cleanup C and it was damaged (it was system) after I checked the C drive for errors using the console command and then using bcdboot c:\windows I reset it special thanks to Eugene for the support

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