How to Fix Automatic Repair Loop in Windows 10

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In this tutorial you will learn different ways to fix Windows 10 startup issues like Windows 10 Automatic Repair Loop, Startup Repair Couldn’t Repair Your PC, Your PC did not start correctly,, windows infinite boot among other start-up issues experienced in Windows 10. This can happen after upgrading to Windows 10 or after installing windows updates that are incompatible with your system. Sometimes drivers, new hardware, applications or an overclock can cause this problem. If you can find what causing this issue then you should try all the solutions in thistrouble shooting guide.

Method 1: Use Startup repair
Method 2: Using CMD
Method 3: Use System restore
Method 3: Use System refresh

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36 COMMENTS

  1. This might take over an hour you’ve gotta be screwing with me,long solutions are annoying fast quick easy get that through your thick skull

  2. Alhamdulillah…you saved my black ass. The one at the 5:00 min worked for me….the thing is…always make a restore point before doin shit stuffs. Lesson learnt. Keep my advice y'all.

  3. for the second one( command prompt) instead of saying”successfully updated NTFS file system bootcode” it says FAT32 ?

  4. I have problem "You must enable system protection on this drive" How to enable protection without desktop, my desktop cant load i have "critical error died"

  5. I started getting the auto repair loop after several improper shutdowns. Tried all these and still stuck in the loop. I got the free upgrade to win10 from win7, so I dont have a physical win10 disk. Tried the route of making a boot usb drive with the media creation tool iso's. But that doesnt work. Am I really screwed? If it wasnt for wedding and baby pics that are irreplaceable, I'd just format and install 7 again. Got a new hdd ordered, so hopefully I can pull the pics from the current hdd.

  6. I get a "Path not found – C: boot" message after "attrib c:bootbcd – h – r – s" command. Anyone knows what's with that?

  7. This did not work at all. I tried every method including the stuff in command nothing worked for me in the end.

  8. how the fuck did you get to advanced options??? my screen is a black loading screen with the msi logo and it's just loading forever

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