How to Fix Windows 10 Stuck In Boot Loop After Reset?

Windows may, at times, get stuck in the boot loop. This issue occurs after performing factory reset. In case you are facing the same problem, then do not worry. In this blog, we will discuss the various ways to fix this annoying issue. Here are some stepwise solutions to the Windows 10 issue.

Access Safe Mode

You should pursue these guidelines provided below:

  1. During the Startup process, once you see a Windows logo, long-press the Power key until the system turns off.
  2. Thereafter, turn on the system and redo the process three times.
  3. You should once again start the system and open the Advanced recovery menu.
  4. Navigate to the Troubleshoot option.
  5. Later, click on ‘Advanced Options’ and choose the ‘Startup settings’ option.
  6. Then you have to select the Restart button.
  7. Now, click on the Safe Mode.

Turn off Auto-restart 

You should pursue these guidelines provided below:

  1. During the Safe Mode process, input ‘Advanced’ into it into the Search section.
  2. After that, launch the ‘View advanced system settings’ option.
  3. Beneath the section of ‘Startup and Recovery’, click on the Settings option.
  4. Navigate to the box of ‘Automatically restart’ and untick it.
  5. Then verify the changes.

Launch System File Checker

You should pursue these guidelines provided below:

  1. Hold the Windows and R keys to open the Run box.
  2. Thereafter, input ‘cmd’ into it and hit the Enter button to launch the Command Prompt.
  3. Once you see a Command Prompt, insert ‘sfc /scannow’ in it and press the Enter button.
  4. Now, you have to wait to finish the scan process and reboot the system.

Fix Startup

You should pursue these guidelines provided below:

  1. During the Startup process, once you see a Windows logo, long-press the Power key until the system turns off.
  2. Then select the Troubleshoot option.
  3. You should click on the ‘Advanced option.’
  4. Later, select the ‘Startup repair’ button.
  5. Now, allow the process to get over.

Using Bootable Drive for a Manual Fix

You should pursue these guidelines provided below:

  1. First of all, make a bootable drive on an optional drive.
  2. Thereafter, insert a DVD or connect the USB and reboot the system.
  3. You should enter the BIOS settings.
  4. Then set the ‘USB as the primary boot device’ option.
  5. Select the ‘Repair your computer’ option at the lower side of the screen.
  6. You should click on the Command Prompt.
  7. Once you reach the command-line, input the pursuing commands and hit the Enter key:
    1. BOOTREC /FIXMBR
    1. BOOTREC /FIXBOOT
    1. BOOTREC /RebuildBcd 

By following the steps mentioned above, you will be able to get your OS out of the boot loop.

Jay Cross is a trained office.com/setup expert who works with the development team with feedback from customers to make it to expectations. He lives in New York and In addition to his work, he also writes for his personal blog.

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