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If you are experiencing Windows 10 boot problems such as windows 10 startup repair couldn’t repair your PC, Frequently Restart with Different Blue Screen errors, windows 10 Stuck At Black Screen Etc? Here we have some most applicable solutions to Fix And Repair Windows 10 Startup problems.

These windows startup problems mostly occur Due to Incompatible Hardware or device Driver installation, Disk Drive failure or errors, Third-party Applications, windows system file corruption, Virus or malware infection, etc.

Fix Windows 10 Startup problems

Whatever the cause of the system crash, windows Startup problem. Here apply bellow the most applicable solutions to Fix And Repair most Windows 10 Startup problems. Due to the Startup Problem, you are unable to access the Windows desktop or perform any troubleshooting steps. We Need to Access Windows advanced options Where you can get various troubleshooting tools such as startup repair, system restore, Startup Settings, safe mode, advanced command prompt, etc.

Note: Bellow solutions are applicable to all windows 10 and windows 8.1 or win 8 computers to fix startup problems.

Access windows Advanced options

To Access Advanced options you need windows installation media, If you don’t have then created one following link. Insert the installation media, Access BIOS setup by press the Del key. Now move to the boot tab and change the first boot of your installation media ( CD/DVD or Removable Device ). Press F10 to save this will Restart windows press any key to boot from installation media.

First Set the language preference, click next, and click on the Repair Computer option. On the next screen, Select Troubleshoot then click on Advanced options. This will represent you with various Startup troubleshooting tools to fix different startup problems.

Advanced Boot options on windows 10

Perform Startup Repair

Here on Advanced options First use the startup Repair option and let windows to fix the problem itself for you. When you select startup repair this will restart the window and start the diagnostic process. And analyze the various settings, configuration options, and system files Especially look for :

  1. Missing/corrupt/incompatible drivers
  2. Missing/corrupt system files
  3. Missing/corrupt boot configuration settings
  4. Corrupt registry settings
  5. Corrupt disk metadata (master boot record, partition table, or boot sector)
  6. Problematic update installation

After complete the repair process windows will Restart and start normally. If the repair process results in startup repair couldn’t repair your PC or automatic repair couldn’t repair your PC follow the next step.

startup repair couldn't repair your PC

Access safe Mode

If startup repair Fails then you can log in to windows into safe mode, which starts windows with minimal system requirements and allows you to perform troubleshooting steps. To Access safe mode click on Advanced options -> Troubleshoot -> Advanced options -> Startup Settings -> Click on Restart -> Then press F4 To access safe mode and F5 To access safe mode with networking as shown below image.

windows 10 safe mode types

Now When you login into safe mode let’s perform Troubleshooting steps such as run system files checker tool, Run DISM tool to repair, check and fix disk errors using CHKDKS, Disable Fast Startup, etc.

Rebuild BCD Error

If due To this Startup Problem, Didn’t allow Boot into safe mode then first we need to repair the Boot record error by performing a following command which allows booting into safe mode.

To perform bellow commands open Advanced options, click on command prompt and type command bellow.

Bootrec.exe \fixmbr

Bootrec.exe \fixboot

Bootrec \rebuildBcd

Bootrec /ScanOs

Fix MBR errors

After performing these commands close the Command prompt and again from Advanced options try to boot into safe mode and perform bellow solutions.

Repair Corrupted System Files

Windows have a build-in SFC Utility, which scans and restore missing corrupted system files. To Run this Open Command prompt as administrator, To do this click on start menu search type cmd and press shift + ctrl + enter. Now type command sfc /scannow and hit the enter key.

Run sfc utility

This will start the scanning process for missing or corrupted system files. If found any the utility will restore them from a special folder located on %WinDir%\System32\dllcache. Wait until 100% complete the scanning process after that Restart the windows and check windows start normally.

Run DISM Tool

If SFC utility Results system file checker found corrupt files but were unable to fix them or windows resource protection found corrupt files but was unable to fix some of them. Then we need to run The DISM Tool Which Scan And repairs the System image and allows the SFC utility to do its job.

DISM Offer Three Different options such as DISM CheckHealth, ScanHealth, and RestoreHealth. check health and ScanHealth both check whether your Windows 10 image is damaged. And RestoreHealth does all of the repair work.

Now We are going to perform DISM RestoreHealth to scan and repair system images. To do this open command prompt as administrator, type the command bellow and hit the enter key.

DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth

DISM RestoreHealth Command line

The process is slow and sometimes, you may think that it is stuck, usually at 30-40%. However, do not cancel it. It should move after a few minutes. After 100% complete the scanning process again Run the sfc / scannow command. After complete all processes Close Command prompt.

Disable Fast Startup

With Windows 10 Microsoft Added a Fast startup feature (Hybrid Shutdown) to save Startup Time and make windows start very fast. But users Report This Fast start Feature cause Different startup problems for them. And Disable the Fast startup Feature fix Different Startup problems such as Blue Screen errors, Black screen at startup, etc.

To Disable Fast Startup Feature on Same safe mode login open Control panel -> power options (Small icon view) -> Choose What the power buttons do -> click on Change Settings that Are currently Unavailable.  Then Here under Shutdown Settings Uncheck the option Turn on Fast Startup (Recommended) Click save Changes.

Enable Fast Startup Feature

Repair Disk Errors Using Check Disk

Now After all the above Steps ( SFC utility, DISM Tool, and Disable Fast startup ) Also check and fix Different Disk Errors using the CHKDSK command utility. As discussed these startup problems also cause due to disk errors, Such as faulty Disk drives, Bad Sectors, etc. But adding some extra parameters we can force CHKDSK to check and repair disk errors.

To Run CHKDSK again open a command prompt as administrator, Then type command chkdsk C: /f /r  or you can add extra /X to dismount the volume if required.

Run Check disk on Windows 10

Then command explained :

Here the command chkdsk prefer to check the Disk Drive for errors. C: represent the drive that checks for errors, normally its system drive C. Then /f Fixes errors on the disk and /r Locates bad sectors and recovers readable information.

As showing above image this will display message disk is using press Y to chkdsk to process on next restart simply Press Y, close command prompt, and restart windows. On the next boot, CHKDSK will start the scanning and repairing process for the drive. Wait until 100% complete the process, After that windows will Restart and Start normally.

scanning and repairing drive

Above are some most applicable solutions to fix Repair Windows 10 Startup problems Such As Windows Restart Frequently with Different blue Screen errors, windows 10 startup repair couldn’t repair your PC, Windows Stuck At Black Screen, or Startup Repair process Stuck at any point, etc. I hope After applying the above solutions your problem will be get solved and if face any difficulty while applying these solutions or have any query, suggestion feel free to discuss them in the comments below. Also, Read Delete the windows.old folder in windows 10 Fall Creators update.

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