Windows 10: Startup Repair Loop

Discus and support Startup Repair Loop in Windows 10 Support to solve the problem; Hi all. I've been using Windows 10 for few weeks now and it's been really good. 8GB Ram 1 TB Hard Disc Asus Motherboard i5 processor Used... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Support' started by PaulSingh, Sep 28, 2015.

  1. PaulSingh Win User

    Startup Repair Loop


    Hi all.

    I've been using Windows 10 for few weeks now and it's been really good.

    8GB Ram
    1 TB Hard Disc
    Asus Motherboard
    i5 processor

    Used the PC as I would normally do and shut it down last night. Recently installed the latest update for Win 10 as I recall. Otherwise no new changes or installation to the system.

    So now when I switched it on its showing Automatic Startup Repair and it diagnose the PC but fails every time and shows a blue screen of startup repair where I can:-

    - reset PC (reinstall but this fails at 36%)
    - system restore or image restore ( but can't use either)
    - startup repair (doesn't work either)
    - command prompt (tried sfc/scannow and they won't allow me to do so unless I restart but keeps getting same error.

    Tried unplugging the hard disc etc but same old loop again.

    I'm really not sure what else to do. Really hope the experts will be able to help me out.

    Thanks in advance.

    :)
     
    PaulSingh, Sep 28, 2015
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  2. Startup Repair Loop

    I have windows 10, and recently upgraded my graphics card. I turned the computer off, pulled the old card, and inserted the new, ensuring that all connections were properly established. Upon booting up the PC, I was put through startup repair, and it claimed
    it couldn't fix it. So I hit restart. No dice. Then I went to advance, tried a system restore, nothing. Then I used the media creation tool to repair windows via a USB drive. Nada. Then I tried to reset windows, including completely wiping my hard drive. Still,
    not a thing. Windows keeps booting into startup repair and I can't fix it. Yes, I did go into BIOS already to ensure my PC had tried booting through both the USB and the HDD. Still nothing. Please help!
     
    CarsonGeorgePO, Sep 28, 2015
    #2
  3. Marby Rey Win User
    Startup Repair Loop

    Hi,

    To isolate the issue, would it be possible to reinstall the old graphics card and check if the issue persists?



    Update us on the results.
     
    Marby Rey, Sep 28, 2015
    #3
  4. donetao Win User

    Startup Repair Loop

    Hi Paul! W10 is very new and has a lot of bugs. This is all the info I could find on your issue. Hope this helps!
    Looks like you might have to reinstall. Problems like this are easily solved when you have a image of your OS on a external drive!
    https://www.tenforums.com/installatio...oop-error.html
     
    donetao, Sep 29, 2015
    #4
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