How to Fix Windows 10 Automatic Repair Loop Issue after Upgrade or Installation

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Windows 10 automatic repair loop issue

On the Internet a lot of users are complaining about an issue that shows up after a Windows  upgrade (usually from Windows 8.1 to Windows 10). Basically, after you restart Windows 10, the system gets stuck in an Automatic Repair Loop followed by a Diagnosing PC screen.  At this point, no matter what you try to do to solve the issue (including including System Reset and System Restore), you won’t manage to get out of the loop. Let’s see a couple of tricks to fix this problem and enjoy your Windows 10 operating system! 

For some reason the loop seems to be related to antivirus and antimalware software, so in order to fix the Automatic repair Loop you have to  turn them off. Let’s see how.

  1. Go to System Startup Settings tab.
  2. Select Disable Early Launch Malware Protection.
  3. Reboot the computer.
  4. At this point you shouldn’t be able to experience the issue any more.

Here is another step-by-step procedure:

  1.  After the  Automatic Repair screen you will see a Diagnosing PC screen.
  2. The Diagnosing PC screen fails to fix the issue and you  are presented with two options: Restart Computer and Advanced Options.
  3. Click Advanced Options.
  4. Now select the following options: Troubleshoot – Advanced Options – Startup Settings – Restart.
  5. Select Disable Early Launch Anti-Malware Protection.
  6. The computer should now start normally without any loop.
  7. Now turn off or uninstall your antivirus or antimalware! Without this step Windows 10 will experience again the Automatic Repair Loop Issue !
  8. Restart the computer again.





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