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As dalchina pointed out, the best insurance to something unforeseen like this is to have a backup/image of your present installation.
Many recommend Macrium Reflect, there are other 3rd party backup utilities, that's something you need to decide what's best for you.
Edit: rebooted it and for some reason i now can reset the whole computer. Hopefully, that will take things back to Windows 8.
If you are unable to determine what key that is then see if you can get a hold of a copy of windows 8 DVD and use that to restore your computer. 1980-1080, Dell 2048-115, Hanspree 1920-10802 Keyboard Microsoft Keyboard 2000 Mouse Microsoft Optical Mouse 5000 Case Tower Cooling Original (Fans) Hard Drives 1 San Disk 240Gig SSD, 2 Samsung 512Gig SSDs Internet Speed 1.3 (350 to 1024 if lucky) Browser Firefox 19.1 Antivirus MSE-Defender Thanks for your answer Lee. I tried mashing F8, but that doesn't seem to do anything. I tried mashing F8, but that doesn't seem to do anything.
If you need further help just come back to this thread and either myself or a great deal of others will be glad to help you. And if i get a copy of a Windows 8 DVD, does it need to be brand new or can i also use a used copy? And if i get a copy of a Windows 8 DVD, does it need to be brand new or can i also use a used copy?
Even though it says Backup and Restore (Windows 7) in Control Panel it works just fine for W10.
I have mine set to do a backup/image every Sunday at pm to an internal HDD specifically for that function.