How To Fix Windows 10 reboot loop


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Seeing an error when you work on your computer is not an instant cause of panic. It is not unusual for a computer to encounter problems but it is also not a reason to let it be and not to investigate on the errors. Windows errors are issues that can be fixed through solutions depending on what may have caused them in the first place. Some may only need a quick fix of re-installation of the system while others may require in-depth technical assistance. It is crucial to react to the signals on your screen and investigate the problem before trying to fix it.

If you have turned your computer on and you noticed that Windows will not start, you are experiencing a Boot Error. Some of the reasons why your Windows fail to start when your system partition is corrupted, has missing files or damaged. Once you encountered a boot error, you will see messages such as these:

  • Reboot and select proper boot device
  • Bootmgr is missing
  • Missing operating system
  • FATAL: No bootable medium found! System halted
  • Error loading operating system
  • Invalid partition table

Some versions of Windows can recover from these problems by automatically running a Startup Repair. Otherwise, you can manually use the Windows Recovery Environment to troubleshoot the problem.

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A user in the forum details it further:


This is the error I am getting so far with the x64 install no matter how I try to install it I purchased Windows 10 pro the other day and still cannot get it installed.  Whenever i go through the process of installing, the computer reboots and attempts to boot to the windows 10 setup and then suddenly reboots.  The computer then boots back into windows 7 and the install stops.  I am trying to do a clean install.  When I boot directly from a usb drive, i get the constant reboot.  This is all while trying to install the 64 bit version.  When i try the 32 bit version, it takes me to the setup and option to install.  Please help!!



What causes Windows 10 reboot loop

Whenever you see windows error on your screen, the easiest and safest way to fix it is to reboot your computer. Just like our bodies needing a shut eye for several minutes, our computers also need to shut down once in awhile. A quick reboot can refresh your programs and gives your computer a clean slate to start a new venture. More often than not, it also eliminates the errors you have encountered after rebooting. It is also ideal to shut down your computer once a week to completely put all unused programs to rest. However, when a reboot does not work anymore, use more advanced Windows solutions to fix your errors.

Seeing that Windows fail to boot can be stressful but there are several ways on how to fix boot errors. Most cases of boot errors will instigate Windows to automatically run a repair setup. It will scan problems and try to fix it up. Another way is to boot from the Recovery Partition or the Windows Installation Media. Your computer has a special recovery partition that enables you to boot in the Windows Recovery Environment. There is no need for a physical disc.

However, some computers do not have a recovery partition hence the need to use a physical disc containing the Windows installer. If the two options fail to work, you can drop to the Command Prompt at the Advanced Options page to fix the problem.

 

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Windows reboot loop

Will not load safe mode and just reboots when it goes to load windows. Anyone have any other ideas about this problem? I have not yet done a repair install of windows. Used windows cd to run a chkdsk, fixmbr, fixboot.



Just like another poster I am having the same reboot loop problem. Very strange as this many PCs going down in such a short time has never happened. I am a little puzzled and will post the complete STOP error in just a short bit. Have used ubcd4win to run a virus scan, malware scan, restore registry files to a previous version.

So far 6 computers at my work place have started having the same issues within the last 4 days. No go on any of those solutions. Also ran hard drive diagnostics which came back with no errors.


Reboot Loop - Windows XP SP3

Do you have the XP installation disc? Not booting on another pc is normal . . Even when i try to go to safe mode it reboots after it loads certain .sys files. that will happen anytime the operating system try to run on a system other than it was installed on.

I also switched the infected drive to another computer and it would also reboot on that as well so its not a hardware issue. Will someone help me diagnose and fix this problem. and welcome to the Forum

Any idea what file he downloaded? . . What Brand/Model is the pc?



My brother downloaded some file off the internet and executed it and now the computer just constantly reboots.


Windows 8 Reboot loop

But still, why doesn't it have a thing like 7/15?
 



I guess that is just how it is. Been doing this for the last 20 minutes. Mine did the same thing but I let it just do its thing and it was done without a problem.
 

Update 7/15)? It says 100 percent complete, goes to 30 percent, then says restarting and restarts. Maybe it just has a ton of updates, but shouldn't it tell me how far it is through (eg. Edit: It stopped.



My install of W8 keeps rebooting.


windows xp loop reboot



ok i have a problem with my windows xp
its a
pentium 4 processor
process speed 2400/533 MHz
memory size 1152mb
em dont know what else u would need
keeps rebooting in a loop and it wont go to the logging screen, i have no reboot disk. i found a video on you tube whcih explanes exactly what is happpening
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=99JmKLrJ11A
 


Windows XP reboot loop

If this is the first time you've seen this stop error screen, restart your computer. I then pressed F8 at Startup to enter the Advanced Options Menu and disabled automatic restart on system failuree. If this screen appears again, follow these steps.

Check for viruses on your computer. Run CHKDSK /F to check for hard drive corruption, and then restart your computer. Technical Information:
***STOP: 0x0000007B (0xFA2F4528, 0xC0000034, 0x00000000 0x00000000)'

I don't have the Windows XP recovery disc and can't create one as my only CD burner is on the damaged computer. Remove any newly installed hard drives or hard drive controllers.

This time when trying to load Windows, I got the BSOD and the following message:

'A problem has been detected and Windows has been shut down to prevent damage to your computer. Any help would be very much appreciated!
Check your hard drive to make suree it is properly configured and terminated. I've tried restarting to no affect and don't know how to perform virus checks or anything without entering Windows first.

I didn't install anything new yesterday so don't know what might have caused this.


How can I get Windows 10 out of a reboot loop?

I used a 32 gb flashdrive. I was in constant reboot for a long hour, saying recover old system or files or something. It didn't even start. Now i don't have neither windows 10 nor my old windows 8.1.

after my system saying i need another drive to instal the update. What do i do My unit is a chuwi tablet vi 10.


Windows 7 Reboot Loop?

The thing is I would say I know my way around PC software and Hardware very well. And make sure you unplug any hardware you don't need connected during install... If such hardware is connected, disconnect and try turning it on then, see if that solves it, if not, i would suggest trying another install.

I currently operate on Windows XP SP3 which runs great, however Ive very recently decided to go for WIndows 7 beta. I have tried different BIOS settings, Optimising defaults, Load-Fail Safe Defaults, Creating New Partitions etc...Please can anyone help?? It copies/ expands all the files to 100%, then does a normal restart, It then comes up with starting windows> registering entries etc, the carries on finalising the install only to reboot itself???? After the reboot it gives me the windows recovery screen.

I completely backed up all my information, booted from DVD, formatted and then started to install. computers sometimes don't like being poked that much and reboot on attempting to load. My Spec is as follows:-

Intel E4400 Socket 775 2x2.00GHz 800MHz
Inno 3D SL7N73PVM - Onboard nVidia 7100 / Realtek HD Audio
2GB DDR OCZ Memory
500GB WD HDD
Pioneer Dual Layer DVD-RW

Your help is much appreciated, I just want to taste this new OS

Regards

Phil

















Have you tried another fresh format and install? I am sooo confused....

If it tries to boot up it just goes into a reboot loop.


Reboot Loop on Windows 7

NOTE: if you receive an error message "the system cannot find the drive specified" go back into Notepad and check the drive letter for the Flash Drive. The tool will make a log on the flashdrive (Fixlog.txt) please Copy & Paste it into your next reply. Companion
2013-02-06 21:02 - 2011-10-12 16:39 - 00000000 ____D C:\Users\All Users\Real
2013-02-06 21:02 - 2011-09-17 17:50 - 00000000 ____D C:\Program Files\PeerBlock
2013-02-06 21:02 - 2011-09-13 17:49 - 00000000 ____D C:\Users\Askboutme\AppData\Roaming\vlc
2013-02-06 21:02 - 2011-09-13 17:35 - 00000000 ____D C:\users\Askboutme
2013-02-06 21:02 - 2009-07-13 19:20 - 00000000 ____D C:\Windows\registration
2013-02-06 21:01 - 2012-04-06 15:18 - 00000000 ____D C:\Users\Askboutme\AppData\Roaming\Skype
2013-02-06 21:01 - 2011-10-31 16:15 - 00000000 ____D C:\Users\Askboutme\AppData\Roaming\Yahoo! To do this highlight the entire contents of the box, right click on the highlighted area and select Copy then right click in the Notepad window and select Paste.

Code:
start
TDL4: custom:26000022 <===== ATTENTION! Disk ### Status Size Free Dyn Gpt
-------- ------------- ------- ------- --- ---
Disk 0 Online 298 GB 0 B
Disk 1 Online 7633 MB 0 B

Partitions of Disk 0:
===============

Disk ID: 0DA5D0FB

Partition ### Type Size Offset
------------- ---------------- ------- -------
Partition 1 Recovery 11 GB 1024 KB
Partition 2 Primary 100 MB 11 GB
Partition 3 Primary 286 GB 11 GB

====================================...


Windows 8.1 Stuck in Reboot Loop

We're just collecting some error info and then we'll restart for you.". I've never done it on a Windows 8.1 machine, so I might be doing something wrong.
 
Please advise!
 
 AOM dddEI Partition Assistant (PA) Standard Editio




From then on, the PC is stuck in a reboot loop. When AOMEI finished creating a partition (running from within Windows) it rebooted the PC.

Following instructions from here, I ran AOMEI Partition Assistant (PA) Standard Edition. Just before it reboots it displays a small line of text which appears so briefly, I had to video the event to read the text: "If you'd like to know more you can search online later for this error: UNMOUNTABLE_BOOT_VOLUME".
 
I cannot seem to be able to boot into the BIOS, nor get to the Safe-Mode screen. After the Lenovo splash screen, I immediately get a blue screen saying "Your PC ran into a problem and needs to restart.


Windows XP Pro installation reboot loop (help)

I then turned off the computer and tried trading the SATA cables for my HDD and my DVDRW. I only have a usb mouse/keyboard. I am using the original 320gb HDD connected with SATA, a DVDRW also connected with SATA. I said screw it, popped in my windows XP cd and did the full format.

The problem started with me noticing my HDD was starting to load slower and slower, with 280Gbs still free. Please help! Every thread ended with no problem solved. After formating the disc, copying the files, I never hit enter and let the computer restarton its own.

My last resort will be replacing the HDD, but as I said, others with this problem said it did not help them. I have tried switching between all 4 of my SATA ports. Originally before adding these items I reformatted the HDD and installed windows XP with no problems. In my BIOS setup it reads my HDD as ST3320820AS.

My windows XP disc is old and does have a few visible scratches but it gives me no error when copying the windows XP set up files. I rarely post in forums asking for help as I find searching the internet will find my question and in turn the answer. Nothing has changed throughout and I have no new HDD to try. Upon turning on my computer I got an error, windows was missing its system file/folder and needed to be repaired.

I have an HP Pavilion I bought from a friend. Each item I added another component everything booted up and recognized just fine. I switched the cables back to no avail. As normal I...


Windows XP sp3 has stuck me in a reboot loop!!!!

never heard this problem before.maybe someone else on the panel might be able to help you. This is driving me crazy and really need to get this problem solved. I can't access safe mode or system restore or any of the other options.

If i reboot in safe mode it starts to boot but then hangs and falls over at windows\sys32\Zonelabs\srescan.sys. good luk with this. can you at least uninstall zonealarm. I assume this is a problem with Zone Alarm but had no issues till sp3 was installed
Any help would be most appreciated


hmmmmm thats a strange senerio you got going on there.

I installed windows xp sp3 last night. It all installed fine but on restart i am stuck in a reboot loop! if not you might have to do a clean install. i will check back to see if you got it figured out.

I tried to use recovery console to help solve the problem but to no avail.


WIN 2k reboot loop after windows update




i was having a pc problem of pc hanging so I took apart the pc cleaned it real good it was very dirty all the fans,connectors,all that well husband did any way i decided to go ahead and just reformat my c drive since i moved my apps to another drive so not to lose them and reinstalled Win2k but after i did the windows updates i had the continuous reboot problem only after i installed updates. i already checked and made sure everything is in its place good nothing loose and its clean
 


windows 7 imaging reboot loop

The odd system seems to go into a reboot look and it seems like it was ones that had either dual monitors with display port connections, now it can even be DVI with a display dongle at the end. It generally stops after unplugging one of the monitors however I am wondering if anyone knows what the root issue could be just to try and avoid this from happening and delaying the process? Most of the systems in the enviroment are HP anything from HP 7800 Elite to 8200.

I am doing a Windows 7 migration which is going smoothly for the most part however there are some snags from time to time which i am trying to eliminate.


Windows XP SP3 caught in reboot loop

I've tried normal and last known good configuration and the system starts normally, the Windows XP logo comes up, then a blue screen flashes up for a nano second then goes blank and the Windows XP logo comes back up, and over and over again. Regards,

fnolteiii
 




Could use a little help figuring this one out. Sounds like a bad MBR but I'm still in the learning stages of properly using the recovery cd option off of the original XP CD and would appreciate someone else's opinion.

I've tried booting into safe mode, which seems to work fine, I've run the scandisk option on next boot and it takes hours to go through all 5 stages yet reports no errors. So when I try and start normally, I get the viscous loop all over again. When the power came back on, I switched on the computer & received the typical "Windows was shut down unexpectedly" and gives you the option of restarting normally, restart last known good configuration, safe mode & safe mode with networking.



My kids were on the computer when a significant storm came through the area and of course we had a power outage while the system was on.


Windows 7: update reboot loop

The only way to get out of this is to press F8 and use system recovery. Any help would be much appreciated. It identified a number of problems, but it was unable to fix all of them.

- I can't include Windows update error codes in this post, because they do not appear (anymore). Kind regards,
Bas















Downloading the updates usually works, but after rebooting it says "error configuring Windows updates reverting changes". However, the zip file I created exceeds the 8mb limit. Therefor I check the update history instead.

All of the updates failed except for one(?).

- So far, I downloaded (and ran) the SystemUpdate Readiness Tool.

- I ran the SFC scan. How could I best share the zip file (9.45mb) on this forum? That's when the loop starts: my system reboots and tries to configure the updates again, fails and reboots etc. I wanted to attach the log collection in this post.

After this happened today I checked Windows update.


Windows 7 Infinite Reboot Loop

Repair Install

I temporarily installed Windows 8 Release Preview on XP partition just so I can do stuff until Win7 is fixed. Sometimes things get so badly messed up that a clean install is the best way to go. It may be able to fix your currently installed Windows 7 and preserve your user accounts, data, programs, system drivers, etc.



So,
Yesterday I was installing XP on one of partitions I made for it,because I had problems recording stereo tracks for studio on Windows 7( in my previous encounters like that,it worked on XP ).After installation of XP it would restart and just give Unable to load operating system and I couldn't boot in Win7 because as most of you probably know,XP overwrites boot section of Win7( but that's an easy fix with EasyBCD ).Now I tried fixing the problem with Win7 installation DVD and startup repair but no use,then I tried MBR tutorial and it got me to splash screen,but that's where my infinite loop started.Then I tried doing backup with command prompt as in one of tutorials here: Startup Repair Infinite Loop Recovery but no results unfortunately.Does anyone know what to do from here? Or am I going to be forced to do clean install? System Restore

Another possibility is a repair install.

But you might be able to avoid that if you can roll back your computer to a date/time prior to these problems with a system restore point.


Windows XP Professional in reboot loop

However, I have not used the notebook since January. There might be directions, on the right of the screen telling you what to hit to move an item up in the list. Yes or no will be highlighted. Once in there, look for a Boot tab.

How do I get the re installation CD to start? I have mcAfee on this computer, but it has not been updated since January. Then on Sunday, April 18th I attempted to start the computer and it opened to the Windows did not start successfully" option screen. I have attempted each and everyone of these options, none open Windows, instead the system loops to the "Windows XP" screen, then the Dell Inspiron screen where I have the option of f2 (start up) or f12 (displayboot/utilities).

Instead I get the "windows failed to start" screen. McAfee and Windows kept prompting me to accept updates, so I disabled the internet connection so that I could use Itunes uninterrupted (to burn a disc). I am running windows xp pro SP2 (I do not think that I have SP3) but have had unresolved virus problems since September (I followed the malware removal guide in an earlier thread, your reading of my logs indicated the notebook was clean). If I hit f2 or f12, and go to the "boot" menu, I have no option to choose the cd drive for start up.

Use the arrow keys to get over to it and then look for boot order. If you need to give Yes the focus, use the arrow key then hit enter and the computer should boot from the disk, prov...


Windows 10, Reboot loop, can't get to desktop


So, my pc just started blue screening every 5 mins, and now it just constantly restartso and never gets to the lock screen. Please help

Switch it off using the start button. Try that 4 or 5 times and you should get a list of things to do to help repair it.
Restart it and close down after 10 second by holding down the start button again.


windows vista reboot loop

How did you get that, nltdr is for XP, unless you have a duel-boot. If so, are you able to boot into any OS? Also, do you have any of the installation disks or recovery disks?
its not because of the windows vista sp1 update thing ive read about.

i was clearing away some malware id somehow picked up on a download, upon rebooting i got the missing ntdlr message so i think i fixed that, rebooted again and now is stuck in a never ending reboot loop..


Need urgent help with XP windows reboot loop..

Please help what do i do? However it is still on a reboot loop and i've tried system restore but it doesn't fix the problem, i know Xp isn't corrupted because thats happened to me several times and safe mode doesn't work when that happens.Sorry to go on but i just want my computer to work again, basically my computer is stuck on a reboot loop but works in safemode, i dont have the XP CD because the OS was preloaded and so can't do a 'repair'. Read this:http://www.computerhope.com/forum/index.php/topic,46313.0.htmlStart a new topic here:http://www.computerhope.com/forum/index.php/board,7.0.html

because it was late i decided to do a scan the next day with Spybot search and destroy, but when i tried to start windows it just got to the windows loading screen and then rebooted , i tried it on recent settings that worked, normally and safemode, safemode works so i done a scan on safemode, i had quite a few viruses on and i cleaned/fixed with spybot. yesturday night i was on the internet and suddenly Avira(antivirus software) popped up with several things saying a virus has been detected do you want to : quaritine, deny access etc.i clicked deny and then quarintine on the second, i was about to close firefox but then windows anti-spyware poped up aswell but before i could read it my pc suddenly turned off, i knew this was a virus so i unplugged the ethernet cable (i was panicking because i dnt want my details stolen ) as it came on the...



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