How To Fix Windows 10 Automatic Repair Problem

Howdy, Reader! Most of the time, While operating Windows 10 we might get diagnosed with some loop errors(like Automatic Repair or some unknown errors) which interrupt our ongoing work, and also the data get misplaced because of which we have to redo it again.

Windows 10 Automatic Repair

Why does this loop error happen? Is it a buy in Windows 10 or some suspicious activity goes into the system and cause it a problem.

One must know why this happens and is there any treatment to solve this dispute so, in this article, we will learn how to overcome this problem with some easy steps.


Eventually, this problem occurs when a user forcefully shutdowns his system without noticing the fact that other applications are still running in the background of the task manager.

This cause some interruption in Windows files which make them corrupt and disturbs the inner core of the Windows software.

The other reason why this loop occurs is when your Laptop/Pc battery isn’t producing much energy potential due to which it lags the Windows applications files, and the Windows have to fix those corrupt problems with Automatic Repair service tool.


There are many methods to solve this issue, but the rapid and easy way is by running some CMD commands or Restoring the System from the Advanced Boot Menu Manager.

First of all, Close all the applications before you shut down the system if one or two programs aren’t getting terminated then open Task Manager by just typing Task Manager in the search bar.

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Select the application and click on End Task, the app will get closed.

Now restart your system and before the Windows loading screen gets displayed keep on pressing F8 key to get into the Windows Start-Up Program. You will see Advance Option Screen with six more options.

Method 1- Click on the 1st Option which is System Restore. Click Ok and wait for the process gets finished. Don’t Worry; your data will not be affected.


Method 2- If you want to derive with clear results, Click on Command Prompt and enter these commands listed below:

bootrec.exe /rebuildbcd
bootrec.exe /fixmbr
bootrec.exe /fixboot
bootrec.exe /chkdsk /r c:

Enter these commands one by one, this step will fix your automatic repair loop problem and your problem will be resolved without any difficulties or frustration.

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Automatic Repair occurs when you shut down your system forcefully without closing all the applications, or there is some technical issue with your laptop battery. To solve this problem just go to Boot menu manager and click on Command Prompt and enter some commands and thus it will fix your problem.

Thank you for reading this article. If you have any doubts, kindly leave a comment in the Comments section.

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