Recently I got a new gaming PC which came with windows 7. The day after i upgraded to windows 10 and it was working fine. Yesterday i was using my PC and then the task bar disappeared so i decided to restart the computer to try and fix it. When the computer turned on again it went through the normal startup process but when it got to the windows logo it said preparing automatic install and then kept looping through startup and the windows logo. I have tried doing the system repair but when I press F8 nothing happens, so right now all i can do on the computer now is access the BIOS.
I have had this loop for 4-5 hours now, and I have not found any fix for it. I am using build 10240. I have tried reverting back to windows 7, and that failed. Tried start-up repair, that failed. Tried system restore and image recovery, those failed too. Even resetting my pc has failed. I have tried cmd commands, and those also failed. I have upgraded to windows 10 via online from Windows 7, and I do not have a disk or another computer to work with. Nothing has even caused this issue. I just booted my pc like any other day and I was sent into this loop. I have a Gigabyte USB 3.0 powered motherboard.
I purchased a hp pavilion laptop a few months ago with Windows 10 pre-installed.
I haven't used it for a few days, turned it on this evening and I got a message on boot up saying
"preparing automatic repairs" and then my screen goes blank 3-5 seconds later.
I do not have a cursor and have tried various keys and different ways of trying to bring up some kind of option. I also tried plugging my laptop into my TV to see if it were perhaps the screen that was going wrong.
So I finally made a .iso file for W10 Pro x64 and started installing it. Everything went smoothly my PC restarted 2 times. But when it got to 81% (in total) while "Installing drivers and features" it resterted for the third time and then it started giving me the "Preparing automatic repair" and then "Diagnosing your pc" stuff. I was able to launch the automatic reapair and roll back to W7.
I just recently got a new pc it had windows 8 but i upgraded to windows 10 it was good for a week until today, I tried to boot it up and its stuck at the windows logo and then it says "preparing automatic repair " and it keeps on beeping. I tried to find bios but i couldn't find it, i pressed every key but no bios. I then put a windows 8 disk but it doesn't have an option to boot from cd/dvd. Msi motherboard ...
My specs: msi white gtx960 2gb <- gpu MSI 760GMA-P34(FX) <- motherboard
I just recently got a new pc it had windows 8 but i upgraded to windows 10 it was good for a week until today, I tried to boot it up and its stuck at the windows logo and then it says "preparing automatic repair " and it keeps on beeping. I tried to find bios but i couldn't find it, i pressed every key but no bios. I then put a windows 8 disk but it doesn't have an option to boot from cd/dvd. Its an Msi motherboard ....
My specs: msi white gtx960 2gb <- gpu MSI 760GMA-P34(FX) <- motherboard
I installed windows 10 and it seems great, except every now and again it restarts out of nowhere. Then it will go into this loop of restarts with this screen I've captured and then restart again. Today the computer was in sleep mode and I started using it for 10 minutes then bam, black screen of death restart loop. It will show these white boxes at the top of the black screen then restart again. I have a photo but I don't see how to upload here.
Just installed Windows 10 from Windows 7. Get a black screen without cursor after sign in. When boot up in safe mode, I get a WDF violation and automatic restart whenever I attempt to go to a recovery point or any other option. This creates an loop that I can't break. I am able to access my web browser (chrome) and Excel by pressing control/alt/delete and using the new file feature on the Task Manager.
builded 2 weeks ago my PC but having problems of BSOD or Black Screen with Sound Loop (no signal).
OS: Win 10 pro x64 CPU: i5 6500 3.2ghz MOBO: Asus H170m-PLUS RAM: Corsair 1x8GB DDR4 2133MHz (before 2x4) GPU: Sapphire r9 380 4gb NITRO SSD: Samsung 850 EVO 250GB
Here it's my log. The last BSOD i had was KERNEL_SECURITY_CHECK_FAILURE after putting the 1x 4gb in the B2 ram module.Before i used the pc all the day without problems except 2 times i had a Black Screen with Sound Loop while Playing.I tested the last week an HD 5700 and i hadn't Black Screen but i had Blue Screens, now testing again the HD5700.
I've been trying to update to the latest build for some time now, I'm currently on 9926. The update downloads fine and it also goes through the process of installation fine, up until it's time to restart the computer for the final step, that's where the problem begins. It gets stuck on a boot up loop, it loads to the windows logo and says preparing automatic repair and restarts the computer again and again with the "preparing automatic repair" message. I made an installation disc for 9926 so that's how I'm able to reset the computer but I've also made one for the latest build but I still get the same boot up loop problem. I really want to be on the latest build and I'm worried that I won't even be able to install the official release.
I'm trying to resolve an issue with a Windows 10 desktop, HP small form factor purchased with OEM Win 7. Windows Update suggested Windows 10 and now the machine boots to the automatic repair screen but there is no mouse or keyboard function where the option panes appear.
While I did purchase the computer myself originally, it was purchased for the use of my church group, and two weeks ago came under the care of my co-deacon and friend. So, let's just say there is no recovery media now for Win 7 or Win 10. I can create a recovery disk here at home from one of my local Win 7 systems, but not sure if that will work or not.
I'd be perfectly happy to un-install Win10 from the machine, but there doesn't seem to be a way to get to the recovery partition... all F-key options have been tried.
So when I'm trying to log on, my computer does the whole automatic repair thing, but constantly loops. Now, I know this has been notified before, even for windows ten, but it seems I just can't fix it. All the solutions on the articles I've seen don't seem to work .
have an Asus Laptop running Win 10, upgraded from win 7. While reading one of the many links from Facebook, using Chrome as a browser, I got a popup that looked like some kind of ransomware . The popup would not close so I turned off the computer.
Now when I turn the computer on it flashes the Asus logo. Then “preparing automatic repair”, “diagnosing your computer” followed by “repairing your computer” appear. It then tells me that the PC did not start correctly and gives me the option to restart or advanced options. Restart brings me back to this point.
Advanced options gives me three options, Turn orr the PC that does that, Exit and continue to Win 10 that gets me back to the previous step or troubleshoot. Trouble shoot gives me the options to reset or more advanced options.
Reset is either a partial or full removal and reinstall or windows. I have some academic software that I do not want to lose if possible and in any case do not have any media to do a Windows reinstall.
The advanced options gives me six choices.
1 System Restore, but there are no restore points found. 2 System image recovery, but I do not have an image disc . 3 Startup repair, starts the process all over and does not find the problem. 4 Command Prompt, appears to open a working command prompt. 5 Startup Settings, Gives me a non clickable list of options but just continues the loop. 6 Go back to previous build. It warns me that I may lose apps and any changes I have made, but not my personal files.
The System is an ASUS laptop, X54C, made in 2012 with Widows 7 Home premium updated to win 10. I have no other access to the computer.
So I thought I'd try out free version of Avast. Well, after few weeks of getting rocked by popups, I uninstalled it(from programs and features) and rebooted it, thinking life is good now. Hell naw it ain't good now, not at all.
I'm stuck in Automatic Repair loop. Windows attempts to auto repair, tells me my PC didn't start properly, does not boot to safe mode, does not find any restore points, fails to "Startup Repair" and is unable to "Reset this PC"
In command prompt that I can open in that cute lil blue metro interface I get following:
1. Disks are there and volumes are healthy(tho volume letters are wrong my os SSD is D: and storage HDD is C: ) 2. sfc /scannow tells me that there is a system repair pending which requires reboot blah blah fml 3. dism ran against D: with /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth fails with logs containing few errors(among tons of info logs): *Error creating registry mapping:COMPONENTS - CIfflineRegistry::Init *Failed to mount the remote registry *Failed to set the windows directory to 'D:Windows' 4. dism ran with /revertpendingactions gives me same errors in logs as above
that's pretty much it. So is my registry completely screwed?
I was running the Win 10 build 10074, in the slow ring. I left it unattended for update, which included the newer build 10130. Before leaving, it was at 99% downloaded. When I returned after 30 mins, it was stuck in an endless restart loop.
It restarts within 2 seconds of displaying the Windows logo, when I try to boot from the HDD. If it goes into Automatic Repair, it shows "Starting automatic repair" under the logo and restarts after some time.
But the worst thing is that the same problem occurs, Even if I try to run Windows 10 setup/repair from a USB drive!! (build 10130). It just reboots a few seconds after showing the logo, even when I removed the HDD. I am totally stuck. I am currently running Ubuntu from a USB drive, which is working just fine.
I am not sure what happened in my absence, though it's unlikely that the newer build was installed in just half an hour. The only idea thing that I can think of and have not tried is to try running an earlier build or version from the USB drive.
During startup automatic repair launches, restart ensues, that's the loop. The error mssg is WDF violation which it seems is related to iTunes. I just can't get out of this loop to do anything about it. I don't have a boot disc. Safe mode is what I would like, but that doesn't work.
I upgraded to Win10 about a month agn Friday my pc was stuck in the Automatic Repair Loop. I tried alt+ctrl+del no result. I reboot and pressed F10 the monitor went to sleep mode. When I pressed the on button on the monitor, the Monitor Status reads as follows:
DVI: No signal VGA: No signal Auto Switch Source: on Default Source: DVI
At a point in time, a msg appeared saying "check video cable" so I used the VGA cable on two different ports no success. I bought a DVI-D cable and used it still the monitor is in sleep mode
About a minute after starting up, my desktop begins to start flashing to black and coming back in a continuous loop. The file explorer, however is completely unaffected. Using Google I have found that this occurred back in the technical previews of Windows 10 as well, but a new update from Windows fixed the issue. I can not get the explorer stable long enough to even check Windows Update. I have also run sfc /scannow and it said the integrity of my system is fine.
I upgraded to Win 10 on Friday, and since, despite several resetting PC attempts, Win 10 will not load to the login screen. Instead, it is stuck on a loop flashing between the lock screen and a gray loading screen quickly back to the lock screen -- instead of loading to the login screen. This only happens when I attempt to restart or update my PC. If I go to the lock screen because I locked my PC or it fell asleep, I can unlock it. I have also attempted to reset my PC to the previous build, to no avail. I have no restore points.
I upgraded from windows ultimate to windows 10. my computer boots through everything and finally brings up my old windows 7 desktop screen and then everything goes black, but mouse shows up on black screen. Is this a driver problem with windows 10? However, before the black screen appears the new start button and screen appears as the windows 10
I tried everything I can, but can't seem to fix it. I reinstalled windows several times (actually, seven times), trying to get an update to not install, but it still got installed.So basically, what's happening is that whenever my screen is light, it's brightness goes up, and whenever my screen is dark it's brightness goes down. Now I wouldn't have minded if it were not noticeable, but it's very distracting.
When my Windows Ten Dell Inspiron 15 Laptop boots up, I need to enter a password to get to the Welcome Screen. Can I have that password entered by the system instead of me typing it in each time? If so, how do I do that.
Last night I was trying to watch some good ole' dragon ball z. When this site gave me a virus. I tried system restore and was denied. So I hard reset my PC which I just upgraded from 7 to 10.
The reset was stuck at 50% for about an hour so I turned off my PC and flipped it back on to see if it'd retry the installation.
To my surprise I'm stuck in this loop where my computer shows the boot up dell xps screen and then restarts. F8, F9, F11. NOTHING WORKS. I can't get to any recovery screen like I could with Windows 7. I don't have a disk because it was of course the free upgrade on July, 29th. Also can't burn one due to not being able to get to my Desktop.
I was trying to play a game the other day after not playing for a long time. I hadn't restarted the computer in days. The game wasn't loading properly so someone suggested restarting the computer. I decided to restart my PC. Waiting for it to restart i was met with a Windows failed to start or something like that. I clicked advanced options i first clicked System Restore and of course all the restore points i set every month were somehow gone. Because i waited and waited and waited and suddenly it told me there was no restore points found. I then tried opening up the command prompt and switching to the D: drive because for some reason my HDD becomes D in the automatic repair. But anyways i punched in chkdsk /f. I was surprised at how much it found. I then thought it might actually start now! I restart. It doesn't work. I turned off the computer last night and haven't touched it since.