If you have encountered the “critical process died” stop code error in Windows 10, you are not alone. This error is a common issue faced by many Windows users, and it can be caused by various reasons such as corrupted system files, faulty hardware, or incompatible software. However, the good news is that it is possible to fix this error by following some simple steps.
How to Fix : Critical Process Died
Now, there are several ways to repair the issue that you have on your computer but having said that the keyboard is not working when you boot up to windows with the command prompt, troubleshooting needed requires us to use a working keyboard. You might need to get an external one to run the repair on your computer.
Assuming that you have the keyboard/external keyboard up and running here are some steps that might help you repair your windows.
Step 1: Running SFC Scan on the computer
-To do that, you just need boot again your computer with command prompt and type sfc /scannow and hit enter. It will going to find any integrity issues and violations on your computer and will attempt to repair it.
Step 2: Run DISM to repair the corrupted Windows image
-Once SCF completes its scan, you need to run the below command one at a time to repair any windows corrupted images.
*Dism /Online /Cleanup-Image /CheckHealth
*Dism /Online /Cleanup-Image /ScanHealth
*Dism /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth
Step 3: Run Check Disk on your computer
-On the same windows command prompt, you can try to run a check disk on your computer to check to repair both file system errors and scan for and recover bad sectors. To do this type chkdsk /r on the command prompt and hit enter. Wait for the process to complete and restart your computer.
If all the troubleshooting steps mentioned above didn’t work, you might need to create a Windows Bootable Media to repair the computer. You can do that by visiting this link and follow the instruction on how to create a bootable media to repair windows: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-downlo…
Last resort if all repair fails, you might need to re-install windows on your PC using custom installation to save your personal files from being deleted permanently on your computer.