How do I fix the startup repair loop in Windows 7?

How to Fix Windows Startup Repair Infinite Loop

  1. Insert the disc and reboot the system.
  2. Press any key to boot from the DVD.
  3. Choose your keyboard layout.
  4. Click Repair your computer at the Install now screen.
  5. Click Troubleshoot.
  6. Click Advanced options.
  7. Click Startup Settings.
  8. Click Restart…

What do I do when startup repair takes so long?

Your File System Is Compromised

  1. Solution #1: Run Startup Repair Again.
  2. Solution #2: Rebuild The BCD.
  3. Solution #3: Run System Wizard.
  4. Solution #1: Disable Automatic Startup Repair.
  5. Solution #2: Use CHKDSK.
  6. Solution #3: Restore Windows Registry.
  7. Solution #4: Remove The Damaged Files.

How long should Startup Repair take Windows 7?

Startup repair takes 15 to 45 minutes MAX !

How do you fix an automatic repair loop?

Click on “Advanced options” in the automatic repair blue screen. Navigate to “Troubleshoot” > “Advanced Options” > “System Restore” Choose the restore point created right before the blue screen appeared (Windows 10 creates a system restore point each time it installs an update, driver, or app) Click “Next”

How long does Startup Repair Take attempting repairs?

And then you’ll need to click Advanced options. 2. Click Startup Repair. Windows will take anywhere from a few seconds to a few minutes to attempt to fix the problem.

Why does Startup Repair happen?

Startup Repair will run if you don’t select from other options after a bad shutdown, one of which is to boot normally (the end user doesn’t always follow what’s onscreen so you end up looking like it’s a do or die situation).

Does Windows Startup Repair work?

Yeah – it is pretty useless and rarely seems to work. In my experience, most cases needing a startup repair are due to screwed up boot files. I use the ‘fix windows boot problems’ option in a Macrium Reflect winpe drive and that works far more often than the start-up repair.

What causes startup repair loop?

Causes of this error Bootsector viruses and other malware that targets the bootloader or the booting chain can cause errors in the bootloader settings and state that result in an infinite loop of Startup Repair. The virus may then block Startup Repair from either launching or carrying out its repairs successfully.

How do I fix attempting repair loop?

Fixing automatic repair loop error on a black screen

  1. Turn off your PC.
  2. Download and install Windows Installation Media.
  3. Restart your PC.
  4. Upon rebooting, press “F2,” “F11,” or “Delete” to enter BIOS.
  5. Boot using “Windows Installation Media”
  6. Under the Windows Setup window, choose “Next”