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AWoollen45
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Infinite “Cannot Repair” Loop

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HP Laptop - Model 15 5ED59U

I’ve watched videos on fixes for my issue, none work. This computer is barely used and it’s my mothers, it hasn’t been turned on in months. Need help!

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@AWoollen45 The best way to get out of the Windows Automatic Repair or cannot repair loop is to disable early launch anti-malware protection. You can do this from Command Prompt in the Windows Boot Options menu which will begin to appear after your restart your computer several times.

 

1) Navigate to Troubleshoot > Advanced Options > Startup Settings. Your computer will restart then present you with a list of options.

2) Choose "Disable early launch anti-malware protection".

3) Restart your PC and check if you can boot into Windows.

 

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