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Win 10 stuck at automatic boot repair

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The problem is solved now. I appreciate everybody who answered. Turns out sometimes even the basic things should be checked first. I reseated the RAM and it works like before now. 

 

Thank you

Hi

I was cleaning my PC when I disconnected the boot SSD. After I was done when I tried to turn the PC on I was stuck at the windows loading screen with the dots stuck. I restarted the PC and then it got stuck at the same screen with preaping automatic repair stuck . I tried to enter the win recovery environment but I couldn't get it no matter what button or key I press (which I found online such as F2,F8,F11,F12 shift +f11 etc). I then tried a bootable USB but it also gets stuck at the same screen after I select it as a primary boot drive. I don't have a recovery drive created but even if create a recovery usb from another PC, how am I to get into the recovery environment if all the PC does is get stuck on the boot loader screen.

 

Please help.

 

Thank you.

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You've to use an USB Windows Install stick to boot then if repair ain't possible just reinstall Windows

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Thank you for your reply, but I did just that with another USB boot drive but it is also stuck at the same screen I posted.

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17 minutes ago, Paul R said:

Thank you for your reply, but I did just that with another USB boot drive but it is also stuck at the same screen I posted.

Look like UEFI problem

Did you reset CMOS?

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4 minutes ago, PDifolco said:

Look like UEFI problem

Did you reset CMOS?

No, I did not.

36 minutes ago, PDifolco said:

You've to use an USB Windows Install stick to boot then if repair ain't possible just reinstall Windows

 

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1 hour ago, Paul R said:

No, I did not.

 

BTW just stumbled upon Greg Salazar's latest YT vid he has a similar issue to fix, maybe it could work for you

TLDR it was a faulty CPU

 

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I think you need to reinstall windows.

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9 hours ago, I love puppies said:

I think you need to reinstall windows.

Prob is he can't as even a USB boot gives a BSOD

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The problem is solved now. I appreciate everybody who answered. Turns out sometimes even the basic things should be checked first. I reseated the RAM and it works like before now. 

 

Thank you

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