How do I fix Automatic repair loop?

Flora Bismarck

God's building a church.
My computer is going to system restore every time I try to boot it up. How do I fix it?
 

Paper Ray Trace

You Can Tick Off Birds If You Follow My Advice
Are you talking about the auto-checkdisk on start-up that keeps failing? Because I have that problem too, weirdly enough, and using the cmd line solution doesn't seem to fix it.
 

Flora Bismarck

God's building a church.
Are you talking about the auto-checkdisk on start-up that keeps failing? Because I have that problem too, weirdly enough, and using the cmd line solution doesn't seem to fix it.
That is what I had.
 

Flora Bismarck

God's building a church.
No.
 

Flora Bismarck

God's building a church.
I don't know what that is.
 

Paper Ray Trace

You Can Tick Off Birds If You Follow My Advice
system32 is the place where all your important computer files are kept and I don't think heromario knows what he's talking about.
 

Silver Knight

I will become the strongest
I do. Trust me, I was just being funny there and so many people do it.
Hmm, it may be your windows is corrupted. What was the last thing you did on it? Maybe it’s something you did or a part may have come out, that has happened to me a lot when I repair computers.
 

Flora Bismarck

God's building a church.
I had to force it to turn off.
 

Paper Ray Trace

You Can Tick Off Birds If You Follow My Advice

Again, White Lightning, I must repeat myself: you have to be descriptive of your computer problems. You always get more questions asked back at you because the problems you described are far too vague to be helpful. I told you what happens to me in my computer, Windows 7: every time I boot it up, it tries to run a checkdisk function with a black screen and all, and if I leave it, it always fails and complains about going to an earlier system restore point, and it's been happening for a while. Because of the failing, I always end up skipping it, and I don't encounter any further problems afterhand, and my harddrive checking programs aren't finding any major problems. I try to google the problems for solutions to stop the start-up chkdsk from failing, and one of them was a command line solution that didn't work out for me.
 

Flora Bismarck

God's building a church.
It wouldn't turn off normally.
 

Paper Ray Trace

You Can Tick Off Birds If You Follow My Advice
Why, though? Where exactly are you forcing a turn off?
 

Flora Bismarck

God's building a church.
Like I said, it wouldn't turn off normally.
 

Paper Ray Trace

You Can Tick Off Birds If You Follow My Advice
Look, that's not enough information to be helpful. I'm going to ask you again, where are you turning it off? Like, are you turning it off at the BIOS interface?
 

Flora Bismarck

God's building a church.
I held down the button, but I fixed it.
 

Paper Ray Trace

You Can Tick Off Birds If You Follow My Advice
:rolleyes:

Are you going to say how you fixed it or you're just going to leave that hanging around like in the other ask thread?
 

Flora Bismarck

God's building a church.
I returned to the point before the mess happened.
 
Top