How to disable or enable automatic repair in windows 10

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Tired of window automatically repairing screen, now you can prevent Windows 10's self-repair mechanism from running automatically. In this guide, we show you how you can do this.

On Windows 10, automatic repair is a automatic running  feature that troubleshoots and fixes common problems that may be preventing your device from loading correctly.
If your computer fails to start two times continuously , in the third boot will trigger the self-repair mechanism, and during this process, the system will run a number of diagnostic tests to detect and repair common startup problems.
However, if you want to troubleshoot and fix startup problems manually, or the automatic repair is causing unexpected loops, then you can disable the feature on Windows 10.

In this Windows 10 guide, we walk you through the steps to disable automatic diagnose and repair on your windows 10 system. In addition, if automatic repair was previously disabled, or you want to change it back, we also show you the steps to re-enable the feature.

How to disable automatic repair on Windows 10

To disable automatic repair during the third unsuccessful boot of Windows 10, use these steps:

1. Open Start.
2. Search for Command Prompt, right-click the top result, and select Run as administrator.
3. Type the following command and press Enter:
     bcdedit
4.  Make note of the reoveryenabled and identifier values under the "Windows Boot Loader" section. The values should be similar to these:
     identifier: {current}
     recoveryenabled: yes

5. Type the following command to disable automatic repair and press Enter:
     bcdedit /set {current} recoveryenabled no

In the command, we're using {current} to specify the target OS option in the boot loader and the no value to disable the automatic repair.

Once you complete these steps, the diagnostic and repair feature will no longer run automatically after the third unsuccessful boot of your device.

How to enable automatic repair on Windows 10

If the automatic repair feature is disabled, you can use these steps to re-enable it:

1. Open Start.
2. Search for Command Prompt, right-click the top result, and select Run as administrator.
3. Type the following command and press Enter:
     bcdedit
4. Make note of the reoveryenabled and identifier values under the "Windows Boot Loader" section. The values should be similar to these:
    identifier: {current}
    recoveryenabled: no

 5. Type the following command to enable automatic repair and press Enter:
      bcdedit /set {current} recoveryenabled yes

In the command, we're using {current} to specify the target OS option in the boot loader and the yes value to enable automatic repair again.

After completing these steps, if you're having issues starting Windows 10 and unable to boot seconds time, as you try to boot your device a third time, the system will proceed to diagnose your device, and it'll try to repair common issues that may prevent the OS from loading correctly.

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