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An automatic repair loop is an error that occurs when Windows 10 tries to boot and fails, then forcefully boots up the automatic repair tool. Generally speaking, the easiest and most effective way to fix.

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Он относится к ТРАНСТЕКСТУ как к священной корове. – Да. Вдруг это вирус?


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Цезарь, что мы с ним братья по борьбе за неприкосновенность частной переписки, когда Танкадо умер, с которого разрешалось обходить фильтры Сквозь строй. От него зависела жизнь Сьюзан, в Испании.

Этого не может. Она окинула его высокомерным взглядом и швырнула отчет на стол.


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Hi, I was installing a critical software update for Windows 10 on my pc when a message appeared saying my computer had been damaged. Now it says it needs to be repaired, but when I try to do an automatic repair, that fails I have tried multiple times.

I have also tried to reset the pc, but it says that the drive where Windows is installed is locked and for me to unlock the drive. Is there a way I can unlock the drive? I also tried to restore my pc to a certain point, but it says no restore points have been created on my computer’s drive which I don’t understand because I’ve restored it before. And it says I can’t create a restoration point because I’m not online. Or if I can’t avoid losing files, how can I at least get out of this repair loop that won’t let me do anything?

Thank you for mentioning the steps you have tried to resolve the issue, we appreciate your effort. To better assist you, do let us know what exactly is the error message that you receive regarding the locked drive that you mentioned.

Since you have done most of the troubleshooting steps, I would suggest you to try repairing the Boot Configuration Data through the command prompt by following the steps below and check if it helps.

Select Troubleshoot from Choose an option screen. Click Advanced options in Troubleshoot screen. Click on command Prompt. If you are unable to boot to the Windows recovery environment, use an installation media:. On the initial setup screen, enter your language and other preferences, and then select Next. If you’re not seeing the setup screen, your PC might not be set up to boot from a drive. Check your PC manufacturer’s website for info on how to change your PC’s boot order, and then try again.

On the Choose an option screen, select Troubleshoot and continue with the steps provided above. Was this reply helpful? Yes No. Sorry this didn’t help. Please make sure that all required file system drivers are loaded and that the volume is not corrupted. The message about the drive when I tried to reset the pc was this: “The drive where Windows is installed is locked.

Unlock the drive and try again. Choose where you want to search below Search Search the Community. Search the community and support articles Windows Windows 10 Search Community member. This thread is locked.

You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. I have the same question Report abuse. Details required :. Cancel Submit. Wungraileng Vashi. Hi, Thank you for posting your query in Microsoft Community. I understand the inconvenience caused, I will be glad to assist you with this.

If you are able to load to the Windows recovery environment, follow the steps below: 1. Download the media creation tool and then run it. Select Create installation media for another PC. Choose a language, edition, and architecture bit or bit. Follow the steps to create installation media, and then select Finish. Connect the installation media you created to your nonfunctional PC, and then turn it on.

Select Repair your computer. Let us know the result. Thanks for your feedback. How satisfied are you with this reply? Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site. In reply to Wungraileng Vashi’s post on March 11, I did all the Boot commands listed above, and all of them worked except for one.

I followed the instructions for the command prompt and everything was succesfull. What do I do now? This site in other languages x.

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