How do I fix Automatic repair loop?

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My computer is going to system restore every time I try to boot it up. How do I fix it?
 

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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.
 

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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.
 

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No.
 

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I don't know what that is.
 

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system32 is the place where all your important computer files are kept and I don't think heromario knows what he's talking about.
 

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I had to force it to turn off.
 

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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.
 

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It wouldn't turn off normally.
 

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Why, though? Where exactly are you forcing a turn off?
 

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Like I said, it wouldn't turn off normally.
 

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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?
 

London Parris

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I held down the button, but I fixed it.
 

Dark Light

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: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?
 

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I returned to the point before the mess happened.
 
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