Although Microsoft’s newest and flagship operating system Windows 10 is the most reliable ever – from time to time, things do go wrong and you may encounter the dreaded Blue Screen of Death (BSoD).
Although there is no one solution fixes all, this short guide will help you troubleshoot your device to get you back up and running using the start-up repair method.
The first thing to try if your device is stuck in the reboot loop, is to remove any hardware that you may have recently added. If this fails to resolve the issue, Windows 10 will automatically enter Repair Mode at the third attempt. From this screen, shown below, you can either choose the Restart option (recommended) or enter the Advanced options if you have already tried the restart option without success.
When you enter the Advanced options, select the Troubleshoot>Advanced options>Startup Repair.
Select your Operating System as shown below.
Windows will then start to Diagnose your device as shown below and automatically attempt any repairs.
Hopefully, the start-up repair should resolve your issue, however, if this doesn’t do the trick, we will explore additional troubleshooting steps in future VectorCloud Tech Tip articles.
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