How To Enable Or Disable Automatic Repair In Windows 10

Disable or Enable Automatic Repair in Windows 10 Laptop (Loop, Boot):  When your computer gets any trouble then it automatically goes to the repair environment. If you are doing any important project then suddenly your computer goes to recovery environment. So, to get avoid this problem we will show you how to disable the automatic repair on windows 10.

Enable Or Disable Automatic Repair In Windows 10

Normally if your computer fails to turn on more than two times then it automatically goes to the self-repair environment to troubleshoot the problem. In this condition your system will try to run multiple tests. In order to avoid these steps, you would disable the self-repair option on the windows 10.

How To Enable Or Disable Automatic Repair In Windows 10

In this Windows 10 guide we will show you how to disable or enable the automatic repair feature on the windows 10.

How To Disable The Self-Repair Feature On Windows 10

In order to avoid the ultimate loop while booting follow the steps:

  1. Click on the search icon.
  2. Type command prompt.
  3. Right click on the top result and run as an administrator.
  4. Type “bcdedit” and hit enter.
  5. Note the values of the identifier and recovery enabled headers.
  6. Type “bcdedit /set {current} recoveryenabled no” to disable the self-repair feature.

After completing the steps, the automatic repair feature will no longer work on the boot loader.

Note: Do above steps if you get that environment when always booting into your computer. And if you get multiple loops of loading screen then the feature will not work once you disable.

How To Enable The Self-Repair Feature On Windows 10

If you change your mind and ready to enable the automatic repair feature then use the steps below:

  1. Click on the search icon.
  2. Type command prompt.
  3. Right click on the top result and run as an administrator.
  4. Type “bcdedit” and hit enter.
  5. Note the values of the identifier and recovery enabled headers.
  6. Type “bcdedit /set {current} recoveryenabledyes” to enable the self-repair feature.
  7. After completing the steps, the automatic repair feature will as usually work on the boot loader.

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