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windows error recover loopIn this article I will show you how to disable and turn off  Windows Error Recover screen to prevent unexpected loops due to possible malfunctions. Windows Recover Error is that Windows7 tool/screen that appears when your computer reboots after a power outage or an improper shutdown. Windows recover Error screen offers you different choices in order to boot your Windows 7 in the best and efficient way possible. In fact you can launch your Windows operating system in safe mode, safe mode with networking or command prompt. You can also use the last known good configuration in case you are experiencing issues or leave everything as it is and launch Windows normally. If this tool tends to bother and show up pretty often, despite you follow the exact procedure when you turn your computer off, here is  a simple hack to turn it off for good!

  1. Click Start.
  2. In the Search field, type cmd and press Enter.
  3. Now, type, cd..
  4. Press Enter.
  5. Type the following command: bcdedit /set {current} bootstatuspolicy ignoreallfailures
  6. Again, press Enter.
  7. Done! Next time you will reboot your Windows 7 you won’t experienc the nagging Windows Error Recover loop anymore.
  8. If you want to turn it on, type: bcdedit /set {current} bootstatuspolicy displayallfailures

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3 Comments to “How to Turn Off Windows Error Recovery Loop”

  1. Ilya Semenov Says:

    Jeremy, at Step 2, instead of pressing Enter, right click and choose “Run as administrator”.

  2. jeremy Says:

    I tried this but when I did it said that the boot configuration data store could not be opened, access is denied. What should I do?

  3. Dennis F. Says:

    Wow this is new. Wish I knew about this on my previous PC.

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