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Im stuck on Automatic Repair loop (im not on laptop) and I don't know how to fix it

r4ke86r4ke86 Member Posts: 3 New User
So I have been stuck on this loop for 8 hours now and I need help. I have tried several tutorials but none gave any luck

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  • William_mk2William_mk2 Ally Posts: 1,272
    r4ke86

    If the computer goes to automatic repair - diagnosing your pc.    If you see restart and advanced option

    click on advanced options

    It will show you chose an option, continue, troubleshoot

    Go to troubleshoot  - advanced options 

    click on system restore - click on your account - type the password 

    chose an earlier date on which it was working fine.     click on finish and yes

    Computer will load into windows..

     

    If the system restore is not working try the following steps


    If the computer goes to automatic repair - diagnosing your pc.    If you see restart and advanced option

    click on advanced options

    It will show you chose an option, continue, troubleshoot

    Go to troubleshoot  -  advanced options - chose startup settings - click on restart -  It will show you a list of options.  Please press no 5 on keyboard to go to safe mode with networking.  It will go to login screen - type the password -  It will show you the icons in safe mode.    Now shutdown and restart the computer to regular mode. 


    If you are not able to go to safe mode with networking then please try the following steps.. 

     

    If the computer goes to automatic repair - diagnosing your pc.    If you see restart and advanced option

    click on advanced options

    It will show you chose an option, continue, troubleshoot

    Go to troubleshoot  -  click on reset this pc

    click on keep my files  ( only applications will be lost )   chose your account and type your password   - click on local reinstall  - click on reset

    It will be in progress 

     

    If the keep my files option is not working 

     

    If the computer goes to automatic repair - diagnosing your pc.    If you see restart and advanced option

    click on advanced options

    It will show you chose an option, continue, troubleshoot

    Go to troubleshoot  -  click on reset this pc - click on remove everything - click on local reinstall - just remove my files - click on reset 

    It will reinstall windows. 

     

    You can also go to chose an option , continue , troubleshoot by holding the alt key + tapping f10  or alt gr + tapping f10 on the keyboard while turning on the computer.    Once you see the troubleshoot option, you can stop tapping the f10 and stop holding the alt key. 

     



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  • r4ke86r4ke86 Member Posts: 3 New User
    r4ke86

    If the computer goes to automatic repair - diagnosing your pc.    If you see restart and advanced option

    click on advanced options

    It will show you chose an option, continue, troubleshoot

    Go to troubleshoot  - advanced options 

    click on system restore - click on your account - type the password 

    chose an earlier date on which it was working fine.     click on finish and yes

    Computer will load into windows..

     

    If the system restore is not working try the following steps


    If the computer goes to automatic repair - diagnosing your pc.    If you see restart and advanced option

    click on advanced options

    It will show you chose an option, continue, troubleshoot

    Go to troubleshoot  -  advanced options - chose startup settings - click on restart -  It will show you a list of options.  Please press no 5 on keyboard to go to safe mode with networking.  It will go to login screen - type the password -  It will show you the icons in safe mode.    Now shutdown and restart the computer to regular mode. 


    If you are not able to go to safe mode with networking then please try the following steps.. 

     

    If the computer goes to automatic repair - diagnosing your pc.    If you see restart and advanced option

    click on advanced options

    It will show you chose an option, continue, troubleshoot

    Go to troubleshoot  -  click on reset this pc

    click on keep my files  ( only applications will be lost )   chose your account and type your password   - click on local reinstall  - click on reset

    It will be in progress 

     

    If the keep my files option is not working 

     

    If the computer goes to automatic repair - diagnosing your pc.    If you see restart and advanced option

    click on advanced options

    It will show you chose an option, continue, troubleshoot

    Go to troubleshoot  -  click on reset this pc - click on remove everything - click on local reinstall - just remove my files - click on reset 

    It will reinstall windows. 

     

    You can also go to chose an option , continue , troubleshoot by holding the alt key + tapping f10  or alt gr + tapping f10 on the keyboard while turning on the computer.    Once you see the troubleshoot option, you can stop tapping the f10 and stop holding the alt key. 

     



    I can't find the restart or advanced options I only have the BIOS (f12) thing but i cant find the other
  • billseybillsey ACE Posts: 20,629 Trailblazer
    @r4ke86 which model of laptop do you have? What processor, how much memory, how big of a drive, which OS are you running? Although it's sometimes easiest to just start over, as suggested, often you don't need that radical of a procedure.
    Click on "Like" if you find my answer useful or click on "Yes" if it answers your question.
  • r4ke86r4ke86 Member Posts: 3 New User
    billsey said:
    @r4ke86 which model of laptop do you have? What processor, how much memory, how big of a drive, which OS are you running? Although it's sometimes easiest to just start over, as suggested, often you don't need that radical of a procedure.
    I don't have a laptop I have acer desktop pc
  • billseybillsey ACE Posts: 20,629 Trailblazer
    So we are in the wrong section then, since this one is for Switch model laptops. What desktop model do you have? The rest of the questions stay the same. Once we know which desktop you have I can ask the moderators to move the thread to the appropriate section.
    Click on "Like" if you find my answer useful or click on "Yes" if it answers your question.
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