Automatic Repair Loop Windows 10: Solved!

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There are times when Windows 10 has a problem, i.e. cannot be loaded. On the monitor screen, there is only the logo displayed and text ‘Preparing Automatic Repair Loop Windows 10’ that is not completed. Or there can be texts appear, like ‘Preparing Automatic Repair’ and ‘Diagnosing Your PC’, then ‘Your PC did not start correct’, and if you restart your device, it will repeat (looping).

Automatic Repair Loop Windows 10

It is almost the same as the incident of Startup Repair problem that ever happened to Windows 7. The issue of Preparing Automatic Repair Loop Windows 10 is also a problem with many possible sources of cause. Therefore, the solution is also very diverse, which will be explained as follows.

How to Fix It

  1. Restart the Device

This is the easiest way to do it. You may Force Shut Down your device by pressing the power button for a few seconds. Then remove the battery (for laptop) or unplug the power cable (for PC). Make sure that all of USB Devices, such as Flash Disc, printer, modem, etc. are not installed. Also, empty the CD-Drive if any. Wait for a moment. Then, plug the battery or power cable to turn on the device.

Automatic Repair Loop Windows 10
Automatic Repair Loop Windows 10
  1. Run the System Restore

If the step above does not work, restart your device again. Then, turn on your device and press F8 key. The Startup Settings will be displayed to help you to access the Safe Mode boot in Windows 10. Select the Restore Point before the device has an automatic repair loop problem. Follow the further procedure and instructions, and then restart your device again.

  1. Run the Automatic Repair Windows 10

First, insert the DVD/USB Flash Disk installer Windows 10, then boot from that media. Then, on the Windows Setup screen, select Language to install, Time & currency format, Keyboard or input method. Click Next.

After that, click ‘Repair your computer’, then select ‘Troubleshoot’. Click Advanced Options then click Automatic repair and select the operating system used. The windows system will attempt to repair damaged system files by copying from the DVD/USB Flash disk installer of Windows 10. Wait until the process is complete.

The use of the following methods is usually more successful when is used to troubleshoot the Preparing Automatic Repair loop in Windows 10.

Actually, many ways can be used to overcome automatic repair loop windows 10 problem. However, this is the easiest way to use, especially for beginners who do not understand the technology in it.