Windows 10: Uninstalled an Intel Program and Now Startup Repair Looping

Discus and support Uninstalled an Intel Program and Now Startup Repair Looping in Windows 10 Support to solve the problem; EDIT: forgot to mention that I have been running on version 1803 since summer and never had this issue. I was cleaning my PC by uninstalling old... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Support' started by cs4win10, Nov 24, 2018.

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    Uninstalled an Intel Program and Now Startup Repair Looping


    EDIT: forgot to mention that I have been running on version 1803 since summer and never had this issue.

    I was cleaning my PC by uninstalling old programs and update some of them to the latest version. After uninstalling Intel USB 3.0 eXtensible Host Controller Driver it issued a restart, and since then I've not been able to get back into Windows.

    The very first and second boots, right after this uninstall, warned that "Windows cannot start" or something alike. After that, all the reboots have been initiating the mandatory Automatic Repair, which ends up with the infamous "Automatic Repair couldn't repair your PC" that I can find a ton of on this forum.

    I must have gone through 20 different threads, most of them here and some on Windows help forum, and tried every possibility to no avail.

    I have tried chkdsk a couple of times, the first of which fixed a problem at step 5, and since then there has been no problem found.
    I did file system check, with no issue.

    My system32/config folder also shows 0KB SAM, SOFTWARE, etc., so I could not do manual restore by following that famous Windows 7 thread. I also pulled my RAM, cleaned, and waited a while to put them back.
    Meanwhile, I tried to restore to a prior point, since I have more than enough of the points to try out. I tried as far back as 4 points or roughly the point created 2 months ago, all of them restored successfully but none could boot. So I suspect it has something to do with boot section instead of system?

    In the very beginning I was tempted to check the log file under "C:\Windows\System32\Srt" but didn't know how to pull them out into a USB drive with commands. Just now I searched a little and was able to grab a copy. Here they are, one in txt file providing little useful info, and another in .log format. The .log file seems to contain interesting information but it is partially garbled. If anyone could help me check on the .log file I'd really appreciate it. I tried to open it on my Surface with Notepad, WordPad, and Word, with which all the content turned out worse than I am doing now on my wife's Mac, using its build-in Console app. As pasted below. I'll be also attaching the log txt and .log file to this thread.

    Much appreciation for your insights and help!
    Code: [/quote]
    SrtTrail.log and SrtTrail.txt

    :)
     
    cs4win10, Nov 24, 2018
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    I'm installing a new mobo so I need to uninstall the intel 865g drivers to make way for the P35 drivers.

    Can't find any uninstall options in add/remove programs and intel chipset inst listed in driver cleaner.

    Any suggestions? *Confused Uninstalled an Intel Program and Now Startup Repair Looping :confused:
     
    oli_ramsay, Nov 24, 2018
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  3. Automatic Repair Loop

    Hi Charlene,

    Your concern regarding the device going into an Automatic Repair Loop can be caused by change on its settings/configuration or broken system files. To effectively assist you with your concern, can confirm if you've made any changes on your device prior to
    your concern?

    As an initial step to get back into the normal Windows screen, we suggest that you perform a
    Startup repair. The repair will attempt to fix any broken components/files which may prevent your device from booting properly. To do this, follow the steps below:

    • On theAutomatic Repair screen, select Advanced options.
    • Select Troubleshoot.
    • Select Advanced options.
    • Select Startup Repair.

    We'll appreciate if you can send us an update.
     
    Darwin Dim, Nov 24, 2018
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  4. Uninstalled an Intel Program and Now Startup Repair Looping

    Startup error on discontinued Intel driver

    Hi David,

    Windows 10 update remove the Intel WiDi driver due to compatibility issue. We suggest uninstalling the Intel WiDi driver from Control Panel to avoid it from showing up every time you start your computer. To do this, kindly follow the steps below:

    • Press Windows key + X on your keyboard.
    • Select Control Panel.
    • Click Programs.
    • Choose Programs and Features.
    • Click Intel (R) WiDi Driver and hit Uninstall.
    • Restart your computer.

    Let us know goes.
     
    Monica Cam, Nov 24, 2018
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