How to get ideapad 320 with Windows 10 preinstalled out of automatic repair mode

alynn9363

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I can't boot into Windows 10 it starts automatic repair mode how to get out of loop
It eventually show a black screen then locks
 

Saga Lout

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Good advice from GreyCatz but it might be a bit brutal on your personal files. Try mashing the power button every time it starts up and sooner or later it will offer you StartUp repair options.

One of those will be Command Prompt and since the loop is sometimes an indication of hard disk problems, use that command form to run Checkdisk.

At the prompt, type chkdsk c: /r
and hit the Enter key. It will take quite a while but let it go to the finish then restart and if there's no difference, go through the same process to get to Reset or Refresh. Refresh swears it won't interfere but has been know to do just that. Reset will definitely delete them all.
 

GreyCatz

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Use the Novo button on the left side of the laptop. It's a small pin-hole, and it brings up a very basic menu allowing you to reset the computer.

The repair loop is a very common situation with Windows 10, and there are any number of reasons why and when it occurs, including installing automatic Windows updates.

Once you get your machine back on track, make it a habit to copy important files to an external drive, e.g. OneDrive or uploading them to DropBox or a similar cloud-based option.
 

Saga Lout

Olde English
Moderator
Good advice from GreyCatz but it might be a bit brutal on your personal files. Try mashing the power button every time it starts up and sooner or later it will offer you StartUp repair options.

One of those will be Command Prompt and since the loop is sometimes an indication of hard disk problems, use that command form to run Checkdisk.

At the prompt, type chkdsk c: /r
and hit the Enter key. It will take quite a while but let it go to the finish then restart and if there's no difference, go through the same process to get to Reset or Refresh. Refresh swears it won't interfere but has been know to do just that. Reset will definitely delete them all.
 
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