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How Do I Solve - Windows Automatic Repair Not Working


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Windows Automatic Repair not working! How to solve Windows couldn't load correctly and Automatic Repair couldn't repair your PC?

FIX: Automatic Repair Windows Couldn't Load Correctly in Windows 10/8
Way 1. Restore PC to a Normal System State by Using System Restore Function
Generally speaking, the easiest and most effective way to fix Windows Automatic Repair not working issue is to click Restore button when you see the Windows couldn't load correctly error.
Then, Windows starts to revert to a previous system state and reboot. Finally, you have just one more thing to do: recover removed data files after system restore!
Way 2. Run Chkdsk Command to Fix Hard Disk & File System Issues
Sometimes, users are still stuck in startup repair infinite loop after using System Restore function. Now, they try running chkdsk to troubleshoot the Windows couldn't load correctly error, as shown in the following steps.
Insert the Windows bootable drive to your computer and boot from it.
Select your language preferences, and click Next.
Click Repair your computer.

Repair your computer
Choose Troubleshoot.

troubleshoot
Click Command Prompt.
Type chkdsk /r and press Enter.

chkdsk r
Type exit and press Enter.
Restart your computer and see if the Windows couldn't load correctly error disappeared.
Way 3. Run Bootrec Command to Rebuild Windows BCD
If you are still stuck in Automatic Repair with Windows couldn't load correctly error after trying the above 2 solutions, you can try rebuilding Windows' BCD.
Insert the Windows bootable drive and boot from it.
Click Repair your computer > Troubleshoot > Advanced Options > Command Prompt.
Type bootrec /fixmbr and press Enter.
Type bootrec /fixboot and press Enter.
Type bootrec /rebuildbcd and press Enter.
Restart your computer and see if the Windows couldn't load correctly error persists.

Fix: Windows 10/8 Automatic Repair Couldn't Repair Your PC
Way 1. Repair MBR and Rebuild the BCD
As we know, once the MBR and Boot Configuration Data (BCD) are missing, corrupted or not properly configured, Windows won't be able to start. Therefore, you can try repairing MBR and rebuilding BCD to fix the Windows Automatic Repair not working issue.
1) Insert the Windows bootable drive and boot from it.
2) Select your language preferences, and click Next.
3) After selecting language, press Shift + F10 to open command prompt.
4) Type the following commands and press Enter after each of them:
img bootrec.exe /rebuildbcd
img bootrec.exe /fixmbr
img bootrec.exe /fixboot
5) Type exit and press Enter after completing each command successfully.
6) Restart your PC to see if the Windows Automatic Repair couldn't repair your PC error disappeared.

Way 2. Boot to Safe Mode and Run Command Prompt
1. Choose Troubleshoot > Advanced options > Startup Settings.
2. Click Restart button, and your computer should now restart and give you a list of options.
3. Choose Enable Safe Mode with Networking.
4. Download updated version of the driver that's giving you trouble when Safe Mode starts.
5. Press Windows key + X and choose Command Prompt (Admin) from the list.
6. Type DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth, and press Enter.
7. Restart your computer.
8. Install the driver that you've downloaded and the Windows Automatic Repair fails to work issue should be resolved.
Way 3. Disable Early Launch Anti-Malware Protection
Some users recommend disabling early launch anti-malware protection to fix the Windows 10 Automatic Repair couldn't repair your PC loop.
Choose Troubleshoot > Advanced Options > Startup Settings. After that, the computer should restart and then will give you a list of options. Next, choose Disable early launch anti-malware protection. After that, restart your PC and check if the Windows Automatic Repair not working issue has been resolved.
Way 4. Delete the Problematic File
Sometimes, some certain files like VMW can cause the Windows 10/8 Automatic Repair couldn't repair your PC issue. Now, do the following to check the log files.
Open Command Prompt. (Please see Way 1. Repair MBR and Rebuild the BCD to know how to open it.)
Type the following command:
cd C:\Windows\System32\LogFiles\Srt
SrtTrail.txt
When the file opens you will see this "Boot critical file c:\windows\system32\drivers\tmel.sys is corrupt."
Now, type the following command in cmd to delete the problematic file.
cd c:\windows\system32\drivers
del vsock.sys
windowssystem32drivers
Note: You might need to navigate to a different folder and delete a different file in your case because the file can vary in different situations. Make sure the file you want to delete isn't a core Windows 10 file before deleting it. Or, you can cause damage to your operating system.
Way 5. Disable Automatic Startup Repair
1. Open Command Prompt, type the following command and press Enter to run it:
bcdedit /set {default} recoveryenabled No
bcdedit set default recoveryenabled No
2. Type Exit and press Enter.
3. Restart and Automatic Startup Repair should be disabled.
4. Type the following command in cmd if you need to again enable it.
bcdedit /set {default} recoveryenabled Yes
5. Restart your computer to apply changes.
Way 6. Perform Refresh or Reset
If Windows Automatic Repair loop issue still exists, you might have to try performing a Reset or Refresh to troubleshoot the Automatic Repair couldn't repair your PC issue.
To perform Refresh or Reset, you need to do the following:
In Windows Boot Options menu, choose Troubleshoot. Choose Rest your PC, or Refresh your PC. Follow the wizard instruction to complete this process.

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