An Automatic Repair is a tool in Windows 10, which is designed to launch automatically when the start-up problem arises in your Windows PC. But, there are many Windows users who are reporting about the Windows 10 automatic repair loop issue. It usually happens when your Windows system has not been shut down properly due to a system crash, due to incomplete or corrupted data in the registry and power outage. Then, Windows will get stuck with the automatic repair loop.
No matter what is the cause of getting this error, if you want to resolve it on your own, you can follow any of the methods analyzed below.
When your PC gets stuck at Windows 10 automatic repair loop, there can be some problem in your PC, which you can fix simply by just restarting the machine.
This will restart your Windows 10 PC.
If you find that you are receiving the Windows 10 preparing automatic repair error, you can use the Command Prompt option to get rid of this error. For that, you have to go through the following steps:
In case the bootrec.exe command fails to fix the repair loop error in Windows 10, it is recommended to try the chkdsk command to get rid of this error.
As the anti-malware protection option is related to the automatic repair loop, if you disable this option, this error will get resolved.
If your PC is displaying “Windows 10 preparing automatic repair” error, it might be due to the presence of some corrupted files. So, in order to get rid of this error, at first, you have to check the SrtTrail.txt. After that, you need to delete the corrupted files by applying the following steps:
It is not always necessary that vsock.sys file is corrupted. If the screen displays any other corrupted file, then at first, check whether that file is a core system file or not. If you find that it is a core system file, then you cannot delete it.
If there is a corrupted registry in your computer, then there is a chance that your PC might be preparing automatic repair loop Windows 10. You can simply get your Windows out of this loop by restoring the registry from RegBack directory by following the steps described below:
You can also fix Windows 10 stuck in automatic repair error by performing a system restore. But you can use this method if and only you have previously enabled System Protection and created a restore point. You can follow these steps to do it:
This will make your Windows to restore to the original status but this will delete the files which were created after the system point.
No matter what method you have chosen, it is recommended to back up your data before you apply any of these methods so that you can avoid data loss risks.