Error codes related to the Automatic repair feature can cause annoying issues on Windows 10.
Usually, this error appears due to system errors, missing files, or corrupted files.
In today’s article, we’re going to show you how to fix this issue.
- The automatic repair error appears when Windows cannot start normally.
- Modify certain registry values with a dedicated tool to fix this BSoD error.
Run the System File Checker (SFC)
- To launch the SFC, type Command prompt in Windows 10’s Search bar and then run the first result.
- Open Command prompt by right-clicking on it.
- Then input the command sfc/scannow.
- Press the Return key.
- The SFC utility will scan for corrupted system files. If it finds any, it will automatically replace them.
- Restart Windows after SFC is finished.
Run the chkdsk command
- The command will scan the hard drive for errors. While running the command, make sure you’re connected to the web, because sometimes the process may take a while.
- Press the Windows key + R to start Run, type chkdsk command, and click OK.
- Now, type /f and press Enter to run the chkdsk command.
Run the DISM command
- To do that, press the Windows key + S, type cmd, and select Run as administrator.
- In the Command prompt window, type the following command: DISM.exe /Online /Cleanup-image /Restorehealth
- After the command is executed, wait for the process to complete.
- Restart your computer
Run the System Restore
- Click Start > type cmd > right-click on Command prompt > select Run as Administrator.
- In the Command prompt, type the command below and hit Enter: DISM.exe /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth
- Wait for the Command prompt to finish the process > type the command below and hit Enter: sfc /scannow
- Wait for the Command prompt to finish.
Disable System Integrity Protection
Press Windows Key + R and enter control. Press Enter or click OK.
When Control Panel opens, go to System and Security.
In System and Security, go to System and Maintenance.
In System and Maintenance, select System Protection.
In System Protection, turn off System Protection.
- Go to Search, type cmd, and open Command prompt as administrator.
- When Command prompt starts, enter the following command: DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth