July 10, 2020 at 7:02 am #2142260
Windows 10 Preparing Automatic Repair Loop? Please help
by jefiexo · about 3 years, 7 months ago
Tags: Operating Systems
I used my computer yesterday and I run it again today. Suddenly, I saw a sky blue screen on the computer screen and it turned off black again and sky blue again. I turned off the computer and turned it on again.
But they said they were preparing for automatic repair, but it came up on the bottom and went back to the black screen. I can see the mouse cursor, but it won’t go over the screen anymore. I’ve been using this computer for 3 years and it is Windows 10.
What should I do? There are many important files, how to get them back? Please help!!!
July 10, 2020 at 7:10 am #2417999
Understand and Some easy way to fix automatic repair loop
by lawrencekong1 · about 3 years, 7 months ago
You can try to refresh or restart your PC System first, then disable the automatic repair on the windows by using the command prompt command list. Give it a try!
July 12, 2020 at 4:44 am #2417993
Windows 10 can be a STRANGE BEAST.
by oh smeg · about 3 years, 7 months ago
Sometimes you have to do a reinstall and others just by letting it run it will work itself out it all depends on what has gone wrong.
The last one I had wel several anyway required to be turned on and allowed to run for a couple of hours then turned off and restarted for an hour then turned off and on several times for extended periods of time but never over 30 minutes and then a Secure Boot Error was displayed and on the next reboot it loaded up and started with all of the data and software present.
Another one that came about from a Windows Patch not sure which one resulted in the nB eventually reloading with a NEW CLEAN INSTALL of Windows and everything else was history and short of doing a very invasive Data Recovery run on the HDD everything was gone never to be seen again. Not sure what happened there but with all of those mentioned above I was not there when they went Haywire and only saw them some time after they stopped working so I’m definitely not sure what happened to them I just saw the results after several restarts.
August 28, 2020 at 5:25 am #2422103
windows 10 automatic repair problem
by sadiqrehan1512 · about 3 years, 6 months ago
Hey, A similar situation happens with me, My laptop was stuck in the windows automatic repair mode, I waited for about 2 hours but nothing was happening. In this situation, you can force shut down your PC by pressing the power button for around 10 seconds. Then turn on your PC again, hopefully, this problem will be fixed.