I've been having problems recently with my pc (Dell AMD running win 7 with a graphics card I forget the specifics of but it has ATI Radeon in its name) with it constantly bluescreening. It bluescreens whenever I log in or attempt to boot into any of the recovery options or when I try to boot into safe mode. I have not attempted a wed search yet as this problem seems very specific. When it first started I was using a USB device with a custom driver and some software made for using similar USB devices, but I don't think thats related as that should not effect safe mode or recovery options. Until now I was just going to recover my data off my HDD and hope I can do a factory reset and if I am unable to, completely wipe the disk then I'd have to buy and reinstall windows, but I've decided to try again for a better solution.
Infortunately Fruit Bat you are wrong on this one mate (Long Time eh!)
You can still install Win10 using Media Creator from Microsoft on Win7, Win8 and 8.1. using your Licence key. You simply don't enter the key at the start of the process by choosing "I do not have a Licence Key" and it will go through validation and issue a digital one. If it fails that process because of a HDD replacement you then enter the key off the Win7 sticker - it works. I have done dozen over past year.
This thread is now locked and can not be replied to.