A message was printed in the console when it first went on. I wanted to know what the message was so I decide to type in "reset" into the command (I typed it in with the physical keyboard) then pressed enter. The console resets back into the console with a log printed. The log goes:
fs2 :HardDisk - Alias hd9e bik2
The log repeats then process until it abruptly stops. Please note that the first and third line is not copied from a piece of the log but, the second line is. The first and third line only exsist to show what the patterns in those lines are. The first line is just a string of numbers that has random x'es in it. The third line is just letters.
After the final peice of the log is printed, another line prints. "Press ESC in 5 seconds to skip startup.hsk, another other key to continue" is printed on screen. The five then turns to 4. The 4 turns to 3. The 3 turns to 2. The 2 turns to 1. The 1 doesn't change into anything. If you were wondering, the ESC key doesn't do anything.
From what little of the log and the other line, I think that there is something wrong with the internal memory and the windows installation is fucked.
I came here before I went to tech support to see if there is an easy fix to this and it isn't what I think it is.
laptop with win10 64-bit
NVidia Shield Portable