When you face an error in your PC you take help of Windows 10 automatic repairs. What to do when Windows 10 automatic repairs couldn't fix your computer?
Have you experienced a problem at which your computer could not get past the blue screen? It may not be the Kernel Panic blue screen, but this should definitely alarm you.
The Windows 10 blue screen is a sign that your computer is facing a critical malfunction which you need to address quickly. It usually appears after you have;
It can be really frustrating when you have no idea how you can get past this. Escape the frustrations by knowing how you can fix this. You get more frustrated when you see that Windows Automatic Repairs couldn't fix your computer.
First of all, the automatic repair error appears when the system has tried to fix itself unsuccessfully. Good news and somehow not so good news: The good news is that you have options on how you can fix the error. The not so good news is that you do not have that many options.
Since the system could not repair itself, the problem might be in the core system files. You only have two options here; to format Windows 10 or perform a system recovery.
You can try to recover your Windows 10 with the system recovery tools like CMD and Windows installation images before you decide to format your PC. Below are the steps to follow in order for you to recover your Windows 10 in both instances:
In case your computer has had a really bad infection to the system files, this is the best way you can repair it.
The Windows 10 installation DVD replaces the corrupted files with new ones. This, therefore, cleans the system without affecting anything else.
Remember: This is not formatting; you can opt for formatting of there is no important document in the partition.
These are the steps to repairing your Windows 10:
PowerISO is a software for Windows that you can use to write RAW data into flash drives. It converts the flash drive to become bootable so that you can use it to boot instead of the hard drive.
This is a free trial of the software. It is still usable in this case. However, you should purchase it to support developers as well as avoiding inconveniences.
If you already have a copy of Windows 10, jump to step 3.
Power ISO writes image files with boot info to the pen drives. You cannot, therefore, write individual files the same way.
If you do not have any copy of Windows 10, you could get a genuine copy of the OS from Microsoft's Website:
The folder you are looking for is the boot. Open it and search for etfsboot. You may need to change the view to 'all files"."'. After you have selected the file, the image file should read bootable now.
Save the image file after it has finished pasting the contents by pressing ctrl+S. It will prompt you to choose the extension type the image will be. You can choose any of the image extensions available. it is advisable, however, that you save it as an ISO image file.
When the file is saved, you need to return to Power ISO and click on the Tools tab. Under the Tools tab, click on 'create bootable USB drive...'. You may be prompted to restart power ISO as an admin if you did not do it earlier.
A new window will launch, giving you options for the bootable flash. You need to choose the ISO file you created earlier and the pen drive that you are supposed to use.
Make sure that you choose your pen drive as this will format everything in it to write the OS.
Click on Start and wait for the process to complete. You should not interrupt the pen drive during this process as your device may be damaged.
It should not take your computer more than a few minutes to finish copying the files to your flash disk. You can reboot your computer afterward.
You need to press either esc, f9 or f12 while it’s on the boot screen as the computer reboots. These buttons take you to the boot options of the computer. This is where you get to choose which drive the computer should boot to.
Select your pen drive and wait for the computer to finish booting.
Note: You are not supposed to press all the buttons at once. You should try each one of them and see which one leads to the boot menu.
Your files will not be lost though. They will be located in the Windows old folder.
This way you can fix the error in your Windows 10, even when the Windows 10 automatic repair couldn't fix your computer.