blue screen of death windows 10 fix
This tutorial will highlight a new option within Windows 10 to scan for potential causes of blue screens. If you can not boot into Windows 10, I have other tutorials on that matter.
New versions of the Windows Operating System have quite a track record of being highly unstable and buggy when they are first released to the general populous, and Windows 10 did nothing but add to this reputation. When it came out, Windows 10 was simply riddled with problems and issues, one of which was the “Preparing automatic repair” loop. The “Preparing automatic repair” screen is the screen that a Windows 10 user sees when something goes wrong with their computer and Windows 10 attempts to fix it by itself.
Users who suffered from the “Preparing automatic repair” loop would be able to successfully install and use Windows 10, but only until their first reboot. As soon as they rebooted their computer after the installation of Windows 10, they would see the “Preparing automatic repair” screen, after which their computer would force reboot and they would see the same screen again, and so on. The only way to interrupt the cycle is to cut the power to the computer, but the same thing starts happening the next time the computer boots up, rendering it pretty much useless.
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