Windows 10 may fail at startup, just like any other operating system. In the case of improper startup, there are three possible causes for this problem: corrupted or deleted files, firmware errors, or hardware mismatches.
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However, some simple methods can be applied to resolve the boot process. It is feasible, for example, to try to turn on the computer in safe mode, a method in which Windows starts with the least possible software, or use system restore, to return the files to a restore point created before the problem. Here's how to fix the problem step-by-step.
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1. Start in safe mode
The security mode for Windows is to start the system with a basic version, using as few files and resources as possible. If the issue is resolved after booting safely, you already know that the problem is not in the basic drivers or the central configuration of the device.
Step 1. After some unsuccessful startup attempts, the machine will enter an automatic repair loop, in which the system gives a series of options to resolve the issue. On the blue screen, select the option "Troubleshooting";
Step 2. Then press "Advanced Options";
Select the "Advanced Options"
Step 3. Now choose the "Startup Settings" option;
Access boot settings
Step 4. Windows will display some startup options, including "Safe Mode". Press "Enable Safe Mode" and select Restart.
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2. Observe battery operation.
If the problem occurs in a notebook computer, you should check if the boot has been damaged by problems with the machine's battery. To do this, test the operation with an alternate cable or remove the battery and connect the device to another power source.
This test is to verify that the problem is caused by the hardware. If this proves to be necessary, it is necessary to seek technical assistance in order to exchange the equipment that is faulting.
Testing is to analyze whether there is a need to replace some hardware component
3. Remove the USB devices
There is also the possibility that the PC does not start properly due to a conflict with USB devices. To verify that this is the cause of the problem, try disconnecting all the devices from the computer and restarting the machine.
Startup error may be caused by devices connected to the USB port
4. Perform System Restore
This alternative causes Windows to return to the state before the restore point you select. These points are automatically created by the system when a program or update is installed precisely to prevent machine failures. However, you also create and activate a restore points in Windows 10 manually.
Step 1. On the blue screen of Auto Repair, press the option "Troubleshooting";
The Auto Repair Loop is a method used by Windows 10 to troubleshoot startup problems
Step 2. Next, go to "Advanced Options";
Click the "Advanced Options"
Step 3. Then check "System Restore" and select a restore point before the problems start.
The option uses a restore point saved on the computer
5. Try to correct errors at startup
This option is offered by Windows to try to fix possible errors that may be preventing proper system loading. In some cases, Windows may re-boot normally after the next step-by-step.
Step 1. Press "Troubleshooting" on the Auto Repair screen;
Step 2. Select "Advanced Options";
Click the "Advanced Options"
Step 3. Go to "Startup Repair" and wait until the correction is performed.
Windows offers an automatic alternative to try to resolve errors in the initialisation
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