Getting rid of the Windows 10 Automatic Startup Repair Loop?


  1. Posts : 3
    Windows 10
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    Getting rid of the Windows 10 Automatic Startup Repair Loop?


    So, I've been having to deal with this problem about two times now. I had no choice but to wipe, however fortunately, I was able to backup all my files before wiping. My second time occurred yesterday, with no choice but to wipe either.

    Anyways, I was wondering if there's any fix to this? None of the command prompt commands seemed to work when I was trying to fix it back then either, which is kind of a let down. Hopefully they work now that I have access again though.

    Once I got back my desktop after the wipe, I have already opened an administrator-runned command prompt and entered the command "
    bcdedit /set recoveryenabled no".

    I tried doing the same command line when I was having the problem yesterday, with the command prompt option that the automatic repair tool gave, and it still didn't seem to work during that time. Is there a difference between back when I did it and now?

    Also, are there any other things I can do to prevent this from happening again?

    For the record, I don't turn my desktop regularly as one normally would, but perhaps this is a wake-up call.
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  2. Posts : 3
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter
       #2

    Would still like some input on this.
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  3. philc43's Avatar
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    64bit Win 10 Pro ver 21H1 Build 19043.1110
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    The fact that you were getting this suggests that there is an underlying problem. What happens if you manually run the system file checker or a CHKDSK, do you find any errors? Do you have any hardware that might be playing up - hard disks or memory? You can run diagnostic checks for these to test. Your hard disk manufacturer probably has some disk check software and memory is best checked with memtest86+

    You can find help for all these things by searching our tutorials or via Google :)
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    Thread Starter
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    philc43 said:
    The fact that you were getting this suggests that there is an underlying problem. What happens if you manually run the system file checker or a CHKDSK, do you find any errors? Do you have any hardware that might be playing up - hard disks or memory? You can run diagnostic checks for these to test. Your hard disk manufacturer probably has some disk check software and memory is best checked with memtest86+

    You can find help for all these things by searching our tutorials or via Google :)
    I have done a chkdsk, system file check scan, and all of them have reported to no problems.

    Back in February, I installed an extra drive, April was the first time I've had this problem, and then now, May, I've had the problem again two days ago.
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  5. Steve C's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro 64 bit
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    About once every 3 months, my PC goes into Automatic Repair on booting from cold (power off at mains overnight). I just switch off the PC at the mains, wait a while then restart and it boots fine for few months. I can never find anything wrong using chkdsk, sfc /scannow etc. I could try disabling Automatic Repair using the command bcdedit /set recoveryenabled NO. What would I see in this situation when my PC has a problem booting if I've disabled Automatic Repair?
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