How to Fix Windows 10 Stuck in Infinite Boot Loop



Commands Used:
chkdsk /f /r
sfc /scannow
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Windows 10 stuck in an endless reboot loop

If your Windows 10 computer is stuck in a continuous endless reboot loop problem after an Upgrade, a Windows Update or Reset or a Blue Screen, then this post gives you some ideas on how to deal with the problem. Before your computer restart, it may or may not display any message; and if it does, it could be any like the following ones:

Failure configuring Windows updates, Reverting changes
We couldn’t complete the updates, Undoing changes
Automatic Repair fails, stuck in reboot loop
Your PC will automatically restart in one minute.
So if your Windows computer restarts without warning and goes into a reboot loop here are a few things you could try. Please go through the entire posts first, along with the mentioned links, and see which situation may apply to you.

Whatever may be the reason, your priority should be to try and enter Safe Mode. If you can get into Safe Mode, great; else, you will have to use your Windows Installation Media.

First of all, let it reboot a couple of times and see if it sorts itself out. At times, Windows may automatically display the Repair Windows option or start Automatic Repair automatically. But if it continues to reboot, try these suggestions.

Windows 10 was a fresh new iteration to the lineup of Windows operating systems for PC, laptops, and other systems. After Microsoft’s experiments with Windows 8 failed, it was high time for them to release a stable operating system that was truly appealing to desktop users whom Microsoft had pissed with Windows 8 and Windows 8.1.

Windows 10 came with some really nice features that were not only great for desktop users, but, this time, Microsoft had actually found a proper way to integrate support for touch-based systems on Windows 10, and both desktop, as well as touch experiences, were kept separate from each other this time which allowed users to use Windows 10 the way they want to use it.

But even Windows 10 wasn’t perfect at release. Several bugs made sure that people run into all sorts of issues from time to time. But Microsoft has been quite active in releasing fixes related to these bugs. One such bug was an update that made many PC and laptops go on a spin after the update was installed.

The systems on which the update was installed were facing issues related to the boot loop where the PC would keep rebooting and not really going past the boot process. This made many systems useless and of course, people who were facing this problem were quite pissed. Let us see what caused this issue and how Microsoft managed to fix it.

Issues addressed in this tutorial:

windows 10 stuck on just a moment
windows 10 stuck in safe mode
windows 10 stuck on black screen
windows 10 stuck in automatic repair loop
windows 10 stuck on lock screen
windows 10 stuck on login screen
windows 10 stuck on restarting
windows 10 stuck at getting ready
windows 10 stuck at login screen

This tutorial will apply for computers, laptops, desktops, and tablets running the Windows 10 operating system (Home, Professional, Enterprise, Education) from all supported hardware manufactures, like Dell, HP, Acer, Asus, Toshiba, Lenovo, and Samsung).

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