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    Default Experiencing auto repair loop in Windows 10

    I am experiencing auto repair loop. I've tried reset - no luck. I've attempted to reinstall windows 10 several times using f9 (or is it f2? Through bios, anyway). I usually get about as far as choosing a partition and it goes to auto repair loop again.

    The problem seems to be somewhat intermittent - once or twice during auto repair, my desktop came up. But not for long. It appears to have started after an "urgent windows patch" was installed.



    I've run hardware system check and all passed.

    There are no files or software on the hard drive that I care about. Willing to go back as far as I need to.

    HP laptop a6

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    Try downloading the Windows 10 iso to a usb drive & extract it there & click on the setup.exe file in the extracted iso file.
    Google Windows 10 Media Creation Tool.
    This will work unless you have really screwed up your computer.
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    It doesn't matter about computers.
    Just know the drive letter your usb has on your computer.
    If you don't, experiment in the cmd prompt you can get at boot up.
    I'm not talking to novices here.
    I expect you to understand what I'm talking about.

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    [QUOTE=HappyAndyK;190196]See this too -

    Thanks for help buddy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Murra View Post
    I am experiencing auto repair loop. I've tried reset - no luck. I've attempted to reinstall windows 10 several times using f9 (or is it f2? Through bios, anyway). I usually get about as far as choosing a partition and it goes to auto repair loop again.

    The problem seems to be somewhat intermittent - once or twice during auto repair, my desktop came up. But not for long. It appears to have started after an "urgent windows patch" was installed.

    I've run hardware system check and all passed.

    There are no files or software on the hard drive that I care about. Willing to go back as far as I need to.

    HP laptop a6
    Windows Boot Options menu, choose Troubleshoot > Advanced Options > System Restore. Follow the Wizard instruction and choose the appropriate restore point. Finally, click Finish to restore the system

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