Choose Your Keyboard Layout Problem – Auto repair choose keyboard layout stuck

I think I forgot this in the video 
bootsect /nt60 /all 
add that right after “recboot /rebuildbcd”

windows 10 media creation tool link below
https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/softw…

All I did for this to happen was minimize a game while it was still booting screen froze black so I shut it down with power button. 

Finally got it to boot up and lost no data on pc.


One successful fix:
I had the same problem after upgrading to Windows 10.  You may wish to try the below procedure–it worked for me and I believe it should work for others regardless of prior Windows version (7, 8 or 8.1) or hardware configuration.
Using an unaffected computer, go to the following web site and, following the instructions under “Option One,” to “create installation media for another machine” (i.e., a bootable Windows 10 Installation USB Flash Drive).  A 4 GB Flash Drive was in fact sufficient for my 64 bit requirement (3 GB was required).
http://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/2376-usb-flash-drive-create-install-windows-10-a.html
The Flash Drive will be a bootable drive capable of either installing Windows 10 (bad) or rolling back to your prior operating system (good).  Don’t be dismayed.
At the affected computer:  If you are stuck on the “Select your keyboard language” screen, turn off your machine by hitting and holding the power key until the machine shuts down or briefly disconnect if from the power source to shut it down.
From a cold start, enter your BIOS setup page and check your boot sequence priorities to ensure that USB has a higher precedence than your hard drive.  On my computer, you enter BIOS by pressing the power on button while simultaneously holding down the Delete key until the BIOS page appears.  Find the “Boot Sequence” option, highlight it and click enter.  Follow your intellect or the instructions to ensure that USB has a higher boot precedence than your hard drive (I recommend 1) USB, 2) CD ROM, 3) hard drive).  Escape back to your BIOS home page, save your BIOS settings and exit BIOS then power off the machine.
Insert the USB Flash Drive into a USB socket and power on your machine.  You should now boot from the USB and not from your hard drive.  Select the repair option, not the install.  Under Advance Options is a tab to restore your previous operating system.  When I selected that, the computer went to a turquoise screen with a little dot thingy that went in circles and the words “Restarting.”  Of course, this being a Microsoft product, it did not in fact restart my machine but sat in an endless state of “restarting.”  After a couple of hours I decided that the machine was not going to restart without user intervention so I  hit the restart button on the front of my machine and simultaneously pulled out the USB drive.  This forced the computer to boot from the hard drive upon which it largely successfully reinstalled my Windows 7 operating system (CCleaner, Quicken, Internet Explorer all work but my Game Golf application requires reinstallation and troubleshooting).
I am now back on line and testing my various applications to which software went awry in the process.  My files are intact.
Hope this helps–I’m only half a geek and an older guy and some of the above was by memory (I didn’t want to go back through the process again to verify precisely what the screen shots read).  My golf buddy’s daughter is highly placed with Microsoft and I intend to share with her my opinion of what has become a routine experience with newly launched software from Microsoft.  At least I didn’t have to pay for this version…

Using the tool to upgrade this PC to Windows 10 (click to show more or less information)

Here’s when to use these instructions:

  • You have a license to install Windows 10 and are upgrading this PC from Windows 7 or Windows 8.1.
  • You need to reinstall Windows 10 on a PC you’ve already successfully activated Windows 10.

If you are installing Windows 10 on a PC running Windows XP or Windows Vista, or if you need to create installation media to install Windows 10 on a different PC, see Using the tool to create installation media (USB flash drive, DVD, or ISO file) to install Windows 10 on a different PC section below.
Note: Before you install Windows 10, check to make sure your PC meets the system requirements for Windows 10. We also recommend going to the PC manufacturer’s website for any additional info about updated drivers and hardware compatibility.

  1. Select Download tool, and select Run. You need to be an administrator to run this tool.
  2. On the License terms page, if you accept the license terms, select Accept.
  3. On the What do you want to do? page, select Upgrade this PC now, and then select Next.
  4. The tool will start downloading and then installing Windows 10. This table shows which edition of Windows 10 will be installed on your PC. Windows 10 Enterprise isn’t available in the media creation tool. For more info, go to the Volume Licensing Service Center.
    Your current edition of Windows Windows 10 edition
    Note: If you have an N edition of Windows on your PC, choose the N equivalent of Windows 10 for creating installation media.
    Windows 7 Starter
    Windows 7 Home Basic
    Windows 7 Home Premium
    Windows 8/8.1
    Windows 8.1 with Bing
    Windows 10 Home
    Windows 10 Home
    Windows 7 Professional
    Windows 7 Ultimate
    Windows 8 Pro
    Windows 8.1 Pro
    Windows 8/8.1 Professional with Media Center
    Windows 10 Pro
    Windows 10 Pro
    Windows 8/8.1 Single Language
    Windows 8 Single Language with Bing
    Windows 10 Home Single Language
    Windows 8/8.1 Chinese Language Edition
    Windows 8 Chinese Language Edition with Bing
    Windows 10 Home China
    Windows 10 Home Windows 10 Home
    Windows 10 Pro Windows 10 Pro
  5. The tool will walk you through how to set up Windows 10 on your PC.
    • If you don’t have a license to install Windows 10 and you have not previously upgraded to Windows 10, you can purchase a copy of Windows 10, see https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/get-windows-10.
    • If you previously upgraded to Windows 10 on this PC and you’re reinstalling it, you don’t need to enter a product key. Your copy of Windows 10 will automatically activate later using your digital license.
  6. When Windows 10 is ready to install, you’ll see a recap of what you’ve chosen, and what will be kept through the upgrade. Select Change what to keep to set whether you would like to Keep personal files and apps, or Keep personal files only, or choose to keep Nothing during the upgrade.
  7. Save and close any open apps and files you may be running, and when you’re ready, select Install.
  8. It might take some time to install Windows 10, and your PC will restart a few times. Make sure you don’t turn off your PC.
  • Using the tool to create installation media (USB flash drive, DVD, or ISO file) to install Windows 10 on a different PC (click to show more or less information)
    Follow these steps to create installation media (USB flash drive or DVD) you can use to install a new copy of Windows 10, perform a clean installation, or reinstall Windows 10.
    Before you download the tool make sure you have:

    • An internet connection (internet service provider fees may apply).
    • Sufficient data storage available on a computer, USB or external drive for the download.
    • A blank USB flash drive with at least 5 GB of space or blank DVD (and DVD burner) if you want to create media. We recommend using a blank USB or blank DVD, because any content on it will be deleted.
    • When burning a DVD from an ISO file, if you are told the disc image file is too large you will need to use Dual Layer (DL) DVD Media.

    Check a few things on the PC where you want to install Windows 10:

    • 64-bit or 32-bit processor (CPU). You’ll create either a 64-bit or 32-bit version of Windows 10. To check this on your PC, go to PC info in PC settings or System in Control Panel, and look for System type.
    • System requirements. Make sure the PC meets the system requirements for Windows 10. We also recommend going to the PC manufacturer’s website for additional info about updated drivers and hardware compatibility.
    • Language in Windows. You’ll need to choose the same language when you install Windows 10. To see what language you’re currently using, go to Time and language in PC settings or Region in Control Panel.
    • Edition of Windows. You should also choose the same edition of Windows. To check what edition you’re currently running, go to PC info in PC settings or System in Control Panel, and look for Windows edition. Windows 10 Enterprise isn’t available in the media creation tool. For more info, go to the Volume Licensing Service Center.
    • Microsoft Office products. If you just purchased a new device that includes Office 365, we recommend redeeming (installing) Office before upgrading to Windows 10. To redeem your copy of Office, please see Download and install Office 365 Home, Personal, or University on your PC. For more information, check How to upgrade to Windows 10 on new devices that include Office 365.

    If you have Office 2010 or earlier and choose to perform a clean install of Windows 10, you will need to locate your Office product key. For tips on locating your product key, check Find your Office 2010 product key or Enter the product key for your Office 2007 program.
    Using the tool to create installation media:

    1. Select Download tool now, and select Run. You need to be an administrator to run this tool.
    2. If you agree to the license terms, select Accept.
    3. On the What do you want to do? page, select Create installation media for another PC, and then select Next.
    4. Select the language, edition, and architecture (64-bit or 32-bit) for Windows 10. This table will help you decide which edition of Windows 10 you’ll choose:
      Your current edition of Windows Windows 10 edition
      Note: If you have an N edition of Windows on your PC, choose the N equivalent of Windows 10 for creating installation media.
      Windows 7 Starter
      Windows 7 Home Basic
      Windows 7 Home Premium
      Windows 8/8.1
      Windows 8.1 with Bing
      Windows 10 Home
      Windows 10 Home
      Windows 7 Professional
      Windows 7 Ultimate
      Windows 8 Pro
      Windows 8.1 Pro
      Windows 8/8.1 Professional with Media Center
      Windows 10 Pro
      Windows 10 Pro
      Windows 8/8.1 Single Language
      Windows 8 Single Language with Bing
      Windows 10 Home Single Language
      Windows 8/8.1 Chinese Language Edition
      Windows 8 Chinese Language Edition with Bing
      Windows 10 Home China
      Windows 10 Home Windows 10 Home
      Windows 10 Pro Windows 10 Pro
    5. Select which media you want to use:
      • USB flash drive. Attach a blank USB flash drive with at least 5GB of space. Any content on the flash drive will be deleted.
      • ISO file. Save an ISO file to your PC, which you can use to create a DVD. After the file is downloaded, you can go to location where the file is saved, or select Open DVD burner, and follow the instructions to burn the file to a DVD. For more info about using an ISO file, see Additional methods for using the ISO file to install Windows 10 section below.
    6. After the installation media is created, follow the steps below to use it.
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