How to Fix Error There was a problem resetting your pc no changes were made

If something is wrong with the system startup, Windows will automatically use the Automatic Repair Wizard tool to fix the errors. If the repair doesn’t work, users can reset the computer. But even the reset can fail or hang. In that case, users might get an error message like “no changes were made” and the reset might not work.

Today, more and more users are experiencing problems with this message and need effective help. To help you resolve the reset problem in Windows 10, we’ve collected some suggested solutions.

Solution 1. correct the error message with command prompt

Go to Settings > Update and Security > Restore > Advanced Startup. Click Restart Now;

Then click Troubleshooting > Advanced Options > Command Prompt;

Select Administrator Account;
When you see the Command Prompt window, type the information below, then press Enter.
cd %windir%\system32\config
ren system system.001
ren software software.001

The recovery screen should now open. Click Next to access the operating system. After restarting the PC, the error should be corrected.

Solution 2. install Windows 10/8/8.1 with the Media Creation Tool

Click the following link to download and run the Media Creation Tool;

2. select the appropriate version and architecture (32/64-bit)
If you do not know which architecture you have:

– Press the Windows and Pause keys simultaneously
– In the following window scroll down to “Architecture”.
– Pay attention to the operating system architecture

3. burn the downloaded .ISO file to a DVD.
4. insert the DVD into the drive and try again.
If it does not work with the settings:

– Go to Settings > Update and Security > Restore > Advanced Startup
– EFI CD-ROM (The name depends on the BIOS/UEFI)
– Wait a short moment and then press a button
– Now follow the instructions on the screen

Then your Windows 10 should reset itself

Solution 3. return to the previous Windows build or reboot the PC from a bootable drive

If the problem with resetting the PC is not resolved, you can now try resetting the computer to the previous version or restarting the computer from a WinPE bootable drive. Of course, you’ll need to create a full Windows 10 System Backup image before you can do this. The backup image could protect the computer from possible data loss. We recommend EaseUS data protection software for data backup.

Step 1 Use “System Backup” in EaseUS Todo Backup to create a backup image of your entire system.

Step 2 Then, under Tools > Create Emergency CD, create a bootable drive (USB drive, DVD or ISO file) with the backup image.

Step 3 Restart the computer and press F2 or F10 during the boot process to enter recovery mode in Windows and open the BIOS settings window. (Do not forget to connect the boot drive to the PC).

Step 4 Follow the instructions on your screen and open your backup file. Then you can restore your Windows from the backup image.