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How to Fix an Infinite Reboot Loop in Windows 10
You might be aware that in the earlier Windows version, it used to take a complete reinstall or else other many things to do. Fortunately, the makers of Windows 10 device did observe such things, and now in Windows 10, things have been made simpler for dealing with the reboot loop. To know about the boot loop of Windows 10, see this blog carefully. Reasons behind the boot loop of Windows 10 The Windows Update The updated or else new Windows driver The installation of any software Fixing a Windows Update based boot loop Firstly, write ‘net stop wuauserv’ into the Command Prompt with the ‘net stop bits.’ Then, give some time for the reply to come up. After that, browse c:\Windows\SoftwareDistribution. Into this place, remove each of the directory items. Lastly, require restarting the device of your Windows 10. It shall boot up normally. Booting loop issues on the device of Windows 8 Over here, you shall get access to the ‘Advanced Options’ menu. Note that you need to search the Startup Options. Lastly, press on the ‘Enable Safe Mode.’ Any application or Game might be the reason If the boot loop is because of the installation of any application, such as the game that you have got recently, then you require removing the software. Firstly, search the software into the Start menu. Then, do a right-click on it. After that, select Uninstall. Lastly, whenever you restart the device of your Windows 10, note that the fixation of the boot loop has occurred. Manually accessing Safe Mode Firstly, keep pressing Shift. Next, tap on Start. After that, tap on Restart for booting Windows 10 to Advanced startup options. Then, you shall be able to launch Settings by putting the combination of Windows+I buttons on your keyboard. After that, tap on Update and Security. Then, press on Recovery.s Next, tap on Advanced startup. Then, press on Restart now. Into the elevated Command Prompt, put shutdown/r/o for rebooting the device to the Advanced Boot Options. Stopping Boot Loops Hardware Driver Do a right-click on the Start option. Then, press on the Device Manager. Next, look for the suspect device. After that, you need to do right-click the device. Next, tap on Properties. Then, press on Drivers. After that, tap on Roll Back Driver. Still, if things did not work out, turn off as well as uninstall the driver. Choose the device, right-click as well as Disable Device and Uninstall Driver. Lastly, restart the device. Source :- Mia Davis is a self-professed security expert; she has been making the people aware of the security threats. Her passion is to write about Cyber security, cryptography, malware, social engineering, internet and new media. She writes for Norton security products at
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