When performing an emergency boot with the standalone DETech version 126.96.36.1996 on a system with Windows 10 installed, the Windows Repair environment is booted in stead of Windows.
Anyone seen this? What could be the cause and how can I use DETech standalone emergency boot to boot into Windows?
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