Windows 10: Windows 10 in Asus laptop firmware update or hyper-v causes automatic repair loop everytime

Discus and support Windows 10 in Asus laptop firmware update or hyper-v causes automatic repair loop everytime in Windows 10 Installation and Upgrade to solve the problem; I have an Asus FX705DX laptop (Ryzen 3550H) and i've been having the same issue since i bought it several months ago. Everytime a new Firmware (BIOS)... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Installation and Upgrade' started by Mike#Garcia, Aug 11, 2019.

  1. Windows 10 in Asus laptop firmware update or hyper-v causes automatic repair loop everytime


    I have an Asus FX705DX laptop (Ryzen 3550H) and i've been having the same issue since i bought it several months ago.
    Everytime a new Firmware (BIOS) update from Asus is installed automatically by Windows Update my system runs into an Automatic Repair Loop and nothing i do (startup repair, system restore, uninstall updates) but reinstalling Windows solves the problem.
    I also get to this situation with a new windows install and enabling Hyper-V.
    This last time i made a clean new installations of Windows 10 1903 Education, installed all updates and then, when i enabled Hyper-V i got into reboot loop again. I ran automatic startup repair and SrtTrail.txt said:

    **Root cause found:
    ---------------------------
    A recently serviced boot binary is corrupt.

    Repair action: Uninstall latest LCU
    Result: Failed. Error code = 0x3713**

    So i entered command prompt from rescue environment and did a:

    **DISM /ImageWindows 10 in Asus laptop firmware update or hyper-v causes automatic repair loop everytime :D:\ /ScratchDirWindows 10 in Asus laptop firmware update or hyper-v causes automatic repair loop everytime :D:\Scratch /Cleanup-Image /RevertPendingActions**

    which completed successfully and i could restart and, to my surprise, Hyper-V is enabled.

    The problem is i tried to enable Hypervisor Platform and shows error "Changes cannot be completed".
    I went again to recovery command line and tried to install if from there with:

    **dism /image:c:\ /scratchdir:c:\scratch /enable-feature /featurename:hypervisorplatform**

    which gave me error:
    Windows 10 in Asus laptop firmware update or hyper-v causes automatic repair loop everytime 21084a2b-4268-4579-9f87-1fb02671c6cb?upload=true.jpg

    Then i did a dism checkhealth and i have:
    Windows 10 in Asus laptop firmware update or hyper-v causes automatic repair loop everytime 897fcf4b-48e8-4c71-adbd-6343a0e1973e?upload=true.jpg

    Also, installing VisualStudio i got a warning saying:

    **Package 'Microsoft.VisualStudio.AspNet45.Feature,version=16.0.28315.86' failed to install.
    Search URL
    https://aka.ms/VSSetupErrorReports?q=PackageId=Microsoft.VisualStudio.AspNet45.Feature;PackageAction=Install;ReturnCode=-2146498512
    Details
    Command executed: "C:\Windows\system32\dism.exe" /online /quiet /norestart /Enable-Feature /FeatureName:"netfx4extended-aspnet45" /All /logPath:"C:\Users\mike\AppData\Local\Temp\dd_setup_20190811143007_359_Microsoft.VisualStudio.AspNet45.Feature.log"
    Return code: -2146498512
    Return code details: Unknown error (0x800f0830)**

    So i can work with the system but it seems a bit corrupted.
    Some apps like Boxcryptor are failing to install now.


    Thanks in advance. Any help would be much appreciated.

    I attach links to dism logfiles.
    https://drive.google.com/file/d/1MGO9qt5lbVAqu5p6LI7jOAMTDLn2RG69/view?usp=sharing
    https://drive.google.com/file/d/1wEnwJhk5v3Xgc5cv-9FjDzpudjBp_RWz/view?usp=sharing

    :)
     
    Mike#Garcia, Aug 11, 2019
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  3. Hyper-V causing boot loop in Windows 10 Pro x64

    After upgrading to Windows 10 x64 Pro from Windows 10 Home to x64 Professional and activating Hyper-V in Windows 10 x64 Pro my computer reboots. After a couple of tries it goes in automatic repair and attempts to repair the startup. This cycle just repeats
    itself. I tried many combinations of things in the bios, shutting down, nothing has worked.

    The only way I found to bring out of the loop is re-install windows

    So I re installed Windows 10 Pro and activated Hyper-V and same reboot loop occurs.

    So re-installed a second time then I found the cure.

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    BryanMckinny, Aug 11, 2019
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    I use Windows 10 Education Edition. I had trouble installing the Fall Creator's update a few days ago and ultimately, I backed up my files and reset my PC. During this process, the Fall Creator’s update was installed.

    I use Hyper-V for study and this feature was removed during the reset and update process. I turned Hyper-V back on and after the resulting reboot, my computer went into a repair loop. It would never completely restart or repair itself. I was unable to use
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