Fix the Windows 10 Automatic Repair Loop
Fix the Windows 10 Automatic Repair Loop

Learn how to Fix the Windows 10 Automatic Repair Loop that will save your lots of data and time that is wasted when the updates start and you are unable to do anything. So have a look at complete guide discussed below to proceed.

While the Windows is becoming more and more stable day by day and the developers have reached to the Windows 10 up taking the effort for the same criteria. It is assumed by the users that the newer version of the Windows shall get rid of all those crashing issues that persist in the old versions, but the fact is that almost any of the residing issues have not yet fixed by the developers. It is not like that they don’t wish to resolve it but they try their best but fail to completely get rid of it. Most of the time the tendency of the crashes and the issues are lowered to none. The Automatic Repair is one of the issues that still appears sometimes at the startup of some Windows, this is the process that says to fix the startup issues or some other issues but in actually it becomes the problem itself. Now the users would be trying to find the rid of this Automatic Repair, and to help the users prevent and get away from this issues quickly we have discussed all in this article. If you are keen to know about the solution to fix the Windows 10 Automatic Repair loop then you should read the whole article below!

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How to Fix the Windows 10 Automatic Repair Loop

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#1 To start up with the method we would first introduce you with the reason why this Automatic Repair loop commonly happens on the Windows. Whenever any user tends to shut down their system forcefully while there are certain operations running behind, and when if the battery of the device is not producing enough potential, then for these reasons the Windows start to show the corrupt issues. The result is that the system shows the Automatic Repair loop on the startup or just after the crash.

#2 To solve this issue, first of all, restart the device and keep on pressing the F8 key on your keyboard. You would be then pointed to the Windows Boot Manager where you can choose the Windows to start up normally. If the Windows starts up then go to the System Protection inside the system restore, this is to make the disk protected or get the backup for the same.

Fix the Windows 10 Automatic Repair Loop
Fix the Windows 10 Automatic Repair Loop

#3 When the blue screen occurs on your device just head to the Troubleshoot>Advanced Options> System Restore. If you had created the system restore point in the above step before getting up the issues then you could easily restore your Windows to that backup where the issues were not existing.

Fix the Windows 10 Automatic Repair Loop
Fix the Windows 10 Automatic Repair Loop

#4 You can also use the Comand Prompt from the blue screen to get rid of the issue. Simply select the Troubleshoot>Advanced Options> Command Prompt from the blue screen options and then paste the code given below broken by the enter presses.

bootrec.exe /rebuildbcd
bootrec.exe /fixmbr
bootrec.exe /fixboot
bootrec.exe /chkdsk /r c:

Fix the Windows 10 Automatic Repair Loop
Fix the Windows 10 Automatic Repair Loop

#5 Do any of the above two things and your Blue screen loop starting the Automatic Repair should fade away easily. Hence you could be able to use your computer as normal then! If in case everything fails to help you then there is only one way out left, just insert the windows installation CD inside your device and then reset your system, or refresh it.

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Finally reached the end of this post, you have got to know about the best possible ways to rid off the Automatic Repair loop on happening on the Windows 10. Actually, we do not ensure you that the above method would solve out your issues completely but we believe that you would actually get the most accurate output out of it. Not for every user, the Automatic Repair loop happens for the same reason so you can skip it with the above-stated processes but you cannot treat it with that. We hope that you will get benefit out of this post, and maybe you would also like this post. Do try to comment regarding this post through the comments section below, we love to hear from you.



Karanpreet Singh
Karanpreet Singh is the Co-Founder of Techviral. He writes about how to, tutorials especially on Android, iPhone, Computer, Internet, Social Networks, etc. Apart from this, he is an Ec-Council CEH (Certified Ethical Hacker) and a Digital Marketing Expert. He loves to share his knowledge with others through blogging.