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Kostring
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Reboot loop

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Computer was running slow, did a reset on it. My 8 year old turned it off mid way and an error message popped up. I hit the F8 button, typed in regdit, changed from 1 to 3 and the error message went away. Now it is stuck on a rebooting loop. It comes a screen where it is resetting and it's at 64%, seconds later it cuts back off and starts up, back the 64% and cuts back off. Nothing I have tried is working. I cannot stop this loop. Any help please!!!!
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Likilesh
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Apologize for the difficulties that you're experiencing in Windows 10.

Not to worry, we’re here to help you out.

 

Let us try to run Automatic Repair from Advance boot option, and check if it helps.

 

The Automatic Repair tool automates common diagnostic and repair tasks for startup issues like non-bootable operating system installations. Automatic Repair starts if the computer fails over into Windows RE because of a detected boot failure.

 

It may ask you to insert the Installation DVD/USB while doing startup repair.

You have to create an installation media for that.

 

You may download an ISO from the below link:

https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windows10

 

Once your media is ready follow the steps.

  • After you boot your computer using Windows 10 CD/ DVD or System Repair Disc, a black screen appears with gray text "Press any key to boot from CD or DVD". Press any key.

  • Select the correct time and Keyboard type.

  • Click on Repair your computer in the lower left corner.

  • Select Troubleshoot from Choose an option screen.

  • Click on Advanced options in Troubleshoot screen.

  • Click on Automatic Repair from Advanced Options screen.

  • Next, choose the operating system by clicking on its button.

  • Windows 10 will look for problems on hard drive(s) and verify that all required files are intact.

            

Hope it helps.

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