No, sorry, but you misunderstood me. I'm all for trying something unfamiliar. Please don't generalize just from this one particular case that I don't like to learn. I just need a clear answer that works, without having to learn LINUX right now. It's not crazy to expect something advertised as a friendly teaching tool to work without investing a whole day or weeks just to get started. Or at least I expect EFFECTIVE instructions to the repeating issue of failed rebooting, a problem that is clearly bothering thousands of frustrated people who have viewed this topic and may or may not have received an effective solution.
To the other reader who answered with "poppycock": And just because millions buy into something means nothing. This fallacious argument is called "bandwagon."
Yes, I committed two typos. Sorry about that, I was too frustrated by the hours I've invested in reading stuff that doesn't work for me.
Here's a correction of my post:
Typo 1 and typo 2, marked in bold: I meant THERE IS NO WAY TO ACCESS CONFIG.TXT file. Not from with my Windows 10, and not with my friend's LINUX-run machine, and this guy is not green around the gills like me in this field. Again, he constantly works with LINUX, he viewed the files in the directory , and no config.txt file.
In conclusion: can you please help me get past the rainbow picture on my TV at booting stage, or at least answer this simple question: how do I get to that config.txt file using Windows 10? Or, what should I tell my friend who uses LINUX? How does he get to the config.txt? I prefer to try this on my machine with Windows 10, however.