The Windows Insider program allows users to get the latest Windows 10 updates and test them before we release additional features. There may be some issues with testing new and incomplete Windows 10 buildings. One reported by users is that this specific component of the OS is missing from the error message history.
The operating system component expired. How to fix it?
The operating system component is gone. An error message can sometimes appear on your computer and cause a lot of trouble. Speaking of issues, here are some common issues with this error message.
Operating system component expired bootcamp, virtual box. According to users, this problem can occur when using Boot Camp or Virtual Box. If you have this problem, be sure to try one of our solutions in a virtual environment.
Windows 10 Preview: The operating system component has expired. This may be an error if you are using a pre-release version of Windows 10. In this case, you must go to the final version to resolve this issue.
The operating system component is gone. winload.efi – This issue is usually caused by BIOS settings. To fix this, you just have to make sure that the clock in the BIOS is correct.
Solution – Using the command line
- insert bootable media into your computer.
- Enter BIOS and set an earlier date.
- Set your bootable media as the first bootable device.
- Save changes and exit.
- When the Windows 10 setup screen appears, press Shift + F10 .
- When Command Prompt opens , enter:
- cd c: windows
- attrib -r -h -s bootstat.dat
- rename bootstat.dat bootstat.old
- Remove Windows 10 installation media from your PC and restart it.
Once Windows 10 boots out, you’ll be able to download and install the latest build.
After installing the latest build, you can set the correct date again.
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