The automatic repair loop is quite a serious problem, which can appear on any computer with the Windows 10 operating system. It is one of the most annoying errors since it does not allow us to start our PC normally. That is why we have written in this article, in which we explain how to fix the problem of the automatic repair loop in Windows 10.
What is Windows 10 Automatic Repair Loop
The problem of the automatic repair loop is one of the paradoxes that can occur in our Windows 10 operating system, since there really is not a problem , but it is an error.
The consequence of this is that Windows 10 will not be able to start normally , but will offer us the option to find and solve the problem that is affecting our computer. Since there is no problem, it will go into an infinite loop.
Why Automatic Repair Loops Occur
The most common cause for these self-healing loops to appear is Windows 10 not shutting down properly . This is what usually happens when there is a cut in the electrical network of our home, and we do not have a UPS system.
In these cases, the Windows registry data can be filled with incomplete and corrupt entries, leading the operating system to believe that there is a problem that prevents it from starting correctly.
Start Windows normally
First of all, let's see the simplest way to try to fix an automatic repair loop problem in Windows 10.
To use this trick as we only have to repeatedly press the F8 key , when we press the start button of our computer. In this way we will access the "Windows Boot Manager" tool.
The Windows Boot Manager will offer us several options, in this case we have to select " Start Windows normally ".
If we are lucky, our Windows 10 operating system will be able to boot correctly, which will help you to verify that there are no errors, and it will no longer enter the automatic repair loop.
Perform a system restore
In case the previous trick has not worked, we will have to try more advanced options to try to solve the problem of the automatic repair loop in Windows 10.
In this case we are going to try to restore the operating system to a previous state to solve the problem. Keep in mind that for this to work, you must have previously enabled system protection in Windows 10.
Windows 10's automatic repair loop should lead you to the blue "Advanced startup options" screen.
If this is the case, select the "Troubleshoot" option, then go to "Advanced Options" and " System Restore ."
Once inside the Windows 10 system restore options, you will simply have to choose a restore point prior to the date the problem appeared.
Use the command prompt
If the above does not work, we will have to take out the heavy artillery to try to solve the problem of your Windows 10.
Go back to the advanced startup blue screen, once in it click on "Troubleshoot" and "Advanced options"
Now select " Command Prompt " and enter the following commands one by one by hitting the Enter key.
bootrec.exe / rebuildbcd
bootrec.exe / fixmbr
bootrec.exe / fixboot
bootrec.exe / chkdsk / rc:
With this you should have solved the problem. Otherwise, we fear that it is very likely that you will have to reinstall Windows 10 completely.