This video shows how you can fix startup error with automatic repair loop in Windows10.
In this tutorial We will be showing you a number of ways to fix Windows 10 startup problems either in the form of Automatic Repair Loop, Your PC did not start correctly, infinite booting or some other similar start-up problems you might be experiencing with Windows 10. This could happen after Windows has installed certain updates that it finds incompatible with the software distribution or after you make certain changes to your system settings or certain applications you have installed on your PC. If you’re able to figure out the event that led to this problem, then you wouldn’t need to try all fixes, you could simply pick the method that is more likely to solve your problem and implement it.
Method 1: Use the suggested restart option
Method 2: Using the start-up repair tool.
Method 3: Use the registry backup command called regback. This command replaces your registry configuration with the last known good configuration you have on your PC, so basically changing your registry configuration to the configuration of your most recent successful bootup.
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Startup Repair – or Automatic Repair in Windows 8, 8.1, and Reset in Windows 10 will try to automatically repair computers that are unbootable because of any of a number of reasons.
Startup Issues this guide can help with :
Has your Registry become corrupted?
Are there missing or damaged system and driver files?
Are you experiencing Disk metadata corruption like MBR, partition table, and boot sector or file system metadata corruption?
Having issues installing problem or incompatible drivers?
Installation of Windows service packs and patches coming back with incompatible errors?
Corrupt boot configuration data?
Bad memory and hard disk hardware errors?
You will want to run a Startup Repair when you are experiencing these issues, but while its early enough that no other issues have been caused as a knock on effect.
This tutorial will apply for computers, laptops, desktops, and tablets running the Windows 10, Windows 8/8.1, Windows 7 operating systems. Works for all major computer manufactures (Dell, HP, Acer, Asus, Toshiba, Lenovo, Samsung).
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