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Windows 8 Automatic Loop/Blue Error Screen Loop

Q: Windows 8 Automatic Loop/Blue Error Screen Loop

Hello, I have encountered a troubling problem with my ASUS Windows 8 Laptop. Every time I turn on the laptop, it says "Preparing Automatic Repair", then goes into complete black, then the Blue Error screen shows up for about 1 second, then restarts and the cycle keep repeating itself. I am unable to boot from a recovery USB drive, so I an unable to get to the Advanced Startup menu. The laptop did not come with a CD.

Any help is appriciated.

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Preferred Solution: Windows 8 Automatic Loop/Blue Error Screen Loop

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A: Windows 8 Automatic Loop/Blue Error Screen Loop

Hi Kenzilla02 & Welcome to the forums ^_^,

Could you please post a photo of the Blue Screen so that we could see if there is anything which can help us in diagnosing the problem. You cannot get into the Safe Mode as well?

Anyways, you would need an installation disc for the repairs and to check what is going on.
Let me know how it goes ^_^
-Pranav

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After the crash, my PC has been unable to boot into windows, in any form of safe mode or even an old windows 7 OS i had installed.

I have tried several fixes already but to no avail. SFC scan says action cannot be performed and other options like startup repair fail.

Any help is appreciated

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On startup, it keeps going on the automatic repair with blue screen loop. The error message is "UNMOUNTABLE BOOT VOLUME" before the screen blacks out and goes to the blue screen.Did a hard reset.Pressed F2 for system extensive test.Did a Full Systems Extensive Test first but failed after a few seconds with this message:Battery Check: Primary - Replace (40)Failure ID: MC580C-795856-MFPV6K-C0BX03Product ID: J9M32UA#ABAPrimary BatterySystem Extensive FailedDid a few component tests after:Hard drive extensive test failed too.Hard Drive Short DST: failedFailure ID: MC580C-7AM856-MFPV6K-60X003Optimized DST check: failedLoading the Long DST check right now.I'm assuming my hard drive needs to be replaced, and battery?

A:Blue Screen Automatic Repair Loop during startup

Hard Drive Long DST: failedFailure ID: MC580C-7AM856-MFPV6K-61FQ03

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Hi,
A day ago, my Windows 8 Toshiba computer started making a really loud whirring sound, so I manually rebooted my computer pressing the button, and turned it on, but it still made the sound...after many tries, I finally got it to turn on without any sound, but a few hours later, it started making the whirring noise again, so I rebooted it...this continued for the whole day...overall, I probably manually rebooted the thing over 20 times or so.
Last night, however, I manually shut my computer down once again, but when I turned it back on, it was going to automatically repair my computer, but it started making a loud whirring sound again, so despite it being in the middle of the repair, I manually shut it down.
Afterwards, I turned it back on and on the TOSHIBA start loading screen, at the bottom it said loading Automatic Repair...but then before it can start the Automatic Repair, it goes to the blue error page, but after a second, while the error info blue screen is at 0%, my computer automatically shuts down and restarted itself to the TOSHIBA start loading screen with the Automatic Repair "loading" at the bottom, and then back to the blue error information sending screen before shutting down less than a second later, before the computer can send any error info (while it's at 0%)...this is an endless cycle....
I don't know what to do? Please help!

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Last week I was playing Tom Clancy's: The Division when the game unexpectedly crashed. I reloaded the game, played for a few more minutes, and then my entire PC locked up and then crashed to a blue error screen with a face stating that "Windows has encountered an error and needs to restart". My PC then restarted, and the HP Omen X Logo screen came on stating "Attempting Recovery Repair". The screen then would cut to another blue error screen, and the whole process would start all over again. When it would do this it would give me three different error codes each time a blue screen would come up. The order appeared to be random.The three error codes I would recieve are: "0xc0000145"  "0xc0000142"  and "CRITICAL_PROCESS_DIED" Again, this process of switching between error screens and the HP logo "Attempting Recovery Repair" screen would loop for about 5 or 10 minutes before ending with a completely black screen. My PC will not boot in Safe Mode and Factory Restore from the HDD partition ends up going to the aforementioned error screen loop. I contacted HP about my situation and they have sent me USB recovery media unit. However, when I try to boot from the USB to do a clean install I am again met with the same error loop. Any and all help would be greatly appreciated.

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So recently my PC wouldn't boot into my hard drive and I didn't have a USB lying around so I can clean install it, it was hanging and freezing at the bios loading screen and everything. I finally was able to boot into System Recovery using F11 and it started to do the automatically repairing your pc, then it was in an infinite loop of a screen where it basically says my BIOS, the version, then checking memory, then CPU. It was an infinite loop like I said and now whenever I boot my PC up it's stuck on that screen, it freezes right on the spot where it was checking what processor I have. I will post my specs considering it's a big help for troubleshooting - not a fan of opening my PC and removing things.
- Specs -
OS - Windows 8.1 PRO
MEMORY - 4GB
BIOS - Phoenix AwardBios v6.00 (2008, yeah it's quite old.)
CPU - AMD Athlon x64 +4800 Series (2 cores, 2.50)
HDD - Maxtor 350GB I believe, don't know the exact model.
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I decided to look around on the internet but 90% it's people saying your computer fried and random bull, anyway thanks, hope I can fix this issue soon.. sucks too because I just bought WoW.
I don't care if all the information on the HDD gets wiped I just want my computer to be working again.
Cheers.

A:[Help] Stuck on Windows 8.1 Automatic Repair Loop Screen

To me it sounds like you have a hardware issue or a BIOS issue. Can you get into your BIOS by pressing F2, Del, F9, F10, or F11? (Not sure what it would be for you. It varies between BIOS manufacturers and models). Im going to lean towards hardware and say its a RAM issue. Probably a bad DIMM. If you have access to another computer, download MemTest86 and burn that to a disk and boot from it and let it test your RAM to see if it errors out at all.

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My computer will spontaniously engage in a restart loop over and over again. I have to do a hard shutdown. Upon a successful restart I see a message saying that my computer had an error. When I look it sais that I had a blue screen event. I never did see the blue screen.  Its done this 5 or 6 times since last night. Does anyone have any advice as to why my computer is doing this and what I might be able to do to fix it?
 
Thanks in advance, Brant

A:Restart loop. blue screen error.

Oh and here are my specs:
 
Intel® Core i7-2600k cput @3.40 GHz
8 gb ram
64-bit windows 7

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Hi,

I recently purchased an intel NUC6i5SYH kit PC and fitted it with the following RAM and HDD.

Samsung 500GB 850 EVO M.2 SSD: Amazon.co.uk: Computers Accessories

HyperX Impact 16 GB 2133 MHz DDR4 SODIMM Memory Kit (2 x 8 GB): Amazon.co.uk: Computers Accessories

I installed a copy of windows 8 that I owned and then upgraded it to windows 10. It was working fine for a couple of weeks, and suddenly it had and error and is stuck rebooting itself with a blue screen error. The error appears to be different every time but the ones I have seen repeated are "WHEA_UNCORRECTABLE_ERROR" and "MACHINE_CHECK_EXCEPTION". I can get into the BIOS and that's about it. I can't find a way to boot into safe mode and when I try and install a fresh copy of windows 10 via USB created from microsoft i still get a blue screen error after a couple of seconds. I'm really stuck here and don't know what to do - can anybody help?

A:Constant Blue Screen Error and restarting loop - Can't do anything!!

Both crashes are hardware failure crashes, given the added components and the fact you can't get into safe mode it only defines a hardware problem and so the new components need to be tested.
Because you have a SSD you can't really test it with multiple tools which I would normally suggest.
With the SSD you could try a different cable and/or a different hard drive.


Diagnostic Test

 RAM TEST

Run MemTest86+ to analyse your RAM. MemTest86+ - Test RAM - Windows 10 Forums


   Note


MemTest86+ needs to be run for at least 8 complete passes for conclusive results. Set it running before you go to bed and leave it overnight. We're looking for zero errors here. Even a single error will indicate RAM failure.


Diagnostics Test

 HDD TEST

Run chkdsk
Disk Check - Windows 7 Help Forums

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Hi everyone,
Newbie here so hope I posted this in the right section.

I am not able to boot up my laptop at all so I cannot do the DM Log Collector, sorry!

I own an ASUS R500A laptop that seemed to have crashed for no reason yesterday. I was using it, went afk for a few hours, came back and saw it in Windows Error Recovery. I had 2 options - Start Windows Normally or Launch Startup Repair. Start Windows Normally loops back to Windows Error Recovery. Launch Startup Repair takes me to a blank screen with ASUS logo and a window X:\windows\system32\cmd.exe. I am unable to type anything in this box.

I cannot boot in Safe Mode (loops again). I get BsoD when i choose "Disable Automatic Restart Upon System Error". I did not install any new hardware or software recently. I also don't have a Windows 7 DVD or Recovery Disk to boot from. After a few more times trying to reboot, F8 on start up no longer takes me to the screen where I can choose to boot in Safe Mode. All I get is the Windows Error Recovery window.

Is this something I can fix on my own or should I bring it to a repair shop? I would appreciate any help you guys can provide! I'm heartbroken that I might have lost all my pictures of my beloved pets that have passed on, as well as my school work.

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A few days ago I woke up at night to find my laptop turning on and not long after turning off, going into complete boot loop. When I turned computer off and on the boot loop continued where it would show the acer logo and then it would give me some of the advanced option menu choices: to go into a safe mode, safe mode with networking, safe mode with command prompt, last known good configuration (your most recent settings that worked), start windows normally. If I didn't click anything after around half minute it would take me to windows logo and then a flash of blue screen would appear, and then again computer would log off. If I clicked to start windows normally or last known good configuration the same thing happened. If I tried to log with any of the safe modes it would give me this:
 
multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition (2) WINDOWS\system32\DRIVERS\ohci1394.sys
multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition (2) WINDOWS\system32\DRIVERS\1394BUS.sys
multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition (2) WINDOWS\system32\DRIVERS\compbatt.sys
multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition (2) WINDOWS\system32\DRIVERS\BATTC.sys
multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition (2) WINDOWS\system32\DRIVERS\pciide.sys
multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition (2) WINDOWS\system32\DRIVERS\PCIIDEX.sys
multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition (2) WINDOWS\system32\DRIVERS\pcmcia.sys
multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition (2) WINDOWS\system32\drivers\MountMgr.sys
multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition (2) WINDOWS\system32\DRIVERS\ftdisk.sys
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A:Boot Loop, Blue Screen Error, Safe Made does not work

Can you try booting into Safe Mode with all USB cables unplugged?

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I have a Lenovo G580. It started with Windows 8, and then updated to Windows 10. It was running fine for awhile, but now when I start up my Lenovo the blue screen appears saying "system thread exception not handled." It attempts to restart and repair, but then comes back to the blue screen again.I have tried hitting F8 at start up, but nothing happens.Unfortunately I don't have a back up of my files and I can't re-image my Lenovo.I downloaded Windows 10 files onto a USB drive to re-install Windows, but was only able to get to step 2 before getting an error message saying the set-up files were incompatible with the the drive.So, should I try downloading Windows 8.1 to re-install since my Lenovo originally came with Windows 8? Any other thoughts or suggestions?   Will this also take care of the Windows Product Key, as I do not have that either?I'm just trying re-install the factory settings so that my computer is usable again. Thanks.

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Hi,

Yesterday I tried to reboot my PC after having left it on all night. I got as far as the Windows XP splash screen before the blue screen of death appeared suddenly for about half a second (Not enough for me to read what the actual error is) and the computer began rebooting again. It now continues in this reboot loop no matter which mode I try to boot up in.

I recently tried to install another 2GB of RAM on top of the 2GB of RAM that I already have, but it turns out that the new RAM was faulty (I was going to buy it second hand from a friend). Ever since then I have noticed that my RAM has been lagging, and my PC is struggling with tasks that it didn't struggle with before.

I doubt it has anything to do with the problem but I also installed a brand new soundcard recently. On top of that, I downloaded four different archive files (Both .rar and .zip) using Emule recently, which all turned out to be corrupted. It strikes me as slightly odd that all four of them would be corrupted, and in my haste I forgot to virus scan them, so I'm wondering if maybe they contained viruses.

If anybody could offer me any suggestions as to what the problem is likely to be, and how to solve it on as tight a budget as possible, I would be extremely appreciative. I'm a struggling freelance documentary maker and I simply cannot live without my computer. I also cannot afford to lose any of the data on my hard drives.

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A:Windows XP Reboot Loop (+ Blue Screen Of Death)

Welcome to TSF
I bet you are infected..The security team can help you with this. We cannot assist you with this issue here in the Microsoft Support Forum.

Please follow their pre-posting process outlined here:

http://www.techsupportforum.com/f50/...lp-305963.html

After running through all the steps, you shall have a proper set of logs. Please post them in a new topic in the Virus/Trojan/Spyware Help , as this one shall be closed.

If you have trouble with one of the steps, simply move on to the next one, and make note of it in your thread.

Please note that the Virus/Trojan/Spyware Help forum is extremely busy, and it may take a while to receive a reply.

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Okay, so to get to the point, the problem is, I boot the computer, everything runs as normal untill just after the Microsoft Corporation Loading screen, after which for a second I get a flash of Blue Screen, much too quick to read and the system reboots. I've tried booting into Safe Mode, and Command Prompt, but I get the blue screen again, after it loads \windows\system32\drivers\crcdisk . I'm running an Asus X50RL with Pentium Dual Core inside, 2.4Ghz and an X55 series Graphics card (I think) Its also running Vista 32-bit. I've had very few problems with my Laptop over the years, and I'm hoping someone can help me. The Main reason I would like it fixed, is to be frank, I don't like windows 7 and want to keep my Vista. Thankyou in advance to anyone that can help me.
 

A:Windows Vista, Blue Screen reboot loop.

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Hi,

Yesterday I tried to reboot my PC after having left it on all night. I got as far as the Windows XP splash screen before the blue screen of death appeared suddenly for about half a second (Not enough for me to read what the actual error is) and the computer began rebooting again. It now continues in this reboot loop no matter which mode I try to boot up in.

I recently tried to install another 2GB of RAM on top of the 2GB of RAM that I already have, but it turns out that the new RAM was faulty (I was going to buy it second hand from a friend). Ever since then I have noticed that my RAM has been lagging, and my PC is struggling with tasks that it didn't struggle with before.

I doubt it has anything to do with the problem but I also installed a brand new soundcard recently. On top of that, I downloaded four different archive files (Both .rar and .zip) using Emule recently, which all turned out to be corrupted. It strikes me as slightly odd that all four of them would be corrupted, and in my haste I forgot to virus scan them, so I'm wondering if maybe they contained viruses.

If anybody could offer me any suggestions as to what the problem is likely to be, and how to solve it on as tight a budget as possible, I would be extremely appreciative. I'm a struggling freelance documentary maker and I simply cannot live without my computer. I also cannot afford to lose any of the data on my hard drives.

Personally I suspect that the RAM is the issue, but I'm h... Read more

A:Windows XP Reboot Loop (+ Blue Screen Of Death)

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Hi

My mum is having a nightmare with her computer. She initially had Vista on it then started getting error messages followed by a blue screen, she took it for repair and the guy also put XP and AVG on it. She previously had Norton on. I have been and set up her internet and email etc and as soon as we went on the internet it froze. We got an error message mentionining avgdump.exe shortly followed by a blue screen saying Windows was shutting down to prevent further damage to your computer - unfortunately the screen only stays on for 2 seconds then the computer reboots displays the blue screen again for 2 seconds then shuts down again and so on. I think the error code was 0x80000008e - as I say its not on long enough to check properly. Any ideas as my polite non swearing mother has now started swearing!

Thanks in anticipation

A:Blue Screen and Windows stuck on shut down loop

On boot up press F8 to get to the startup options screen before windows begins to load. Then go to disable automatic restart on system failure and press enter.

Next time you get a BSOD error, the system wont restart automatically, so you can jot down the error codes and any drivers mentioned.

You can also try to boot in safe mode from this menu to see if you still get the error message.

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Hi all i'm a newbie!!!

Ok, just installed Vista service pack 2 and now I'm in a loop when booting, there is a flash of a blue screen but cant read it

please note that I can not boot into any mode! I do have a repair disk and tried the startup repair to no avail!

I'm wondering is there a way to stop automatic rebooting when an error in command prompt in the recovery disk.

i really need this fixed i do have another computer that i can use to help fix. There has to be a way.

I have tried to uninstall service pack 2 via command prompt but since i used cc cleaner its not in the temp file!!!!!

Any help would be great -

A:Windows Vista in Loop with blue screen flash

hi,
did the computer come with vista pre-installed at factory, or is this a computer that you have manually installed vista on?

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A few days ago I woke up at night to find my laptop turning on and not long after turning off, going into complete boot loop. When I turned computer off and on the boot loop continued where it would show the acer logo and then it would give me some of the advanced option menu choices: to go into a safe mode, safe mode with networking, safe mode with command prompt, last known good configuration (your most recent settings that worked), start windows normally. If I didn't click anything after around half minute it would take me to windows logo and then a flash of blue screen would appear, and then again computer would log off. If I clicked to start windows normally or last known good configuration the same thing happened. If I tried to log with any of the safe modes it would give me this:
multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition (2) WINDOWS\system32\DRIVERS\ohci1394.sys
multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition (2) WINDOWS\system32\DRIVERS\1394BUS.sys
multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition (2) WINDOWS\system32\DRIVERS\compbatt.sys
multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition (2) WINDOWS\system32\DRIVERS\BATTC.sys
multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition (2) WINDOWS\system32\DRIVERS\pciide.sys
multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition (2) WINDOWS\system32\DRIVERS\PCIIDEX.sys
multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition (2) WINDOWS\system32\DRIVERS\pcmcia.sys
multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition (2) WINDOWS\system32\drivers\MountMgr.sys
multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition (2) WINDOWS\system32\DRIVERS\ftdisk.sys
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A:Windows XP Boot Loop problem, can't log on, blue screen errors

So, I am unsure what is causing this, however, before this happened, I wanted to skype with a friend, and because I have Windows Service Pack 2 apparently skype wouldn't work for it, so then I downloaded some SP3 upgrade, I did click for it to install, but then I turned it off when it asked me to back up my data, so I didn't upgrade, but then again, I went through some video tutorial on how to upgrade from SP2 to SP3, which goes like this:
Click run -> write regedit -> click HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE -> click System -> click CUrrentControlSet -> click Control -> click Windows -> click CSDVersion -> change from 200 by writing 300 and save the changes.Click to expand...

As far as I know, this is no way to upgrade to SP3. I think you may have tricked Windows and your programs too into believing SP3 is installed when it is not. Programs designed for SP3 could be causing conflicts. Also, Windows services and drivers may be looking for files that do not exist on your machine. Further, Windows updates is thinking you have SP3 when you have not actually installed the program, and Windows is actually installing updates meant for SP3 XP installations->BAD. Those updates would wreck the functionality of Windows without SP3 actually being there installed on the PC.

Not sure, but I think you may be into somewhat of a complicated fix. One of the experts will be able to tell you, but just wanted to give you a heads up that that might be the case. I would say... Read more

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Hey guys, I am hoping you can help me. Last night I was watching a dvd on my desktop when all of a sudden a blue screen came up with a frowning face and said that "Your computer ran into a problem and needs to restart, its collecting info and will restart." It happened quickly so I didn't see what the error was but now my PC is stuck in a loop where it restarts and loads into an empty blue screen. It stays on that blue screen for a minute or so and then restarts again. I tried going into my BIOS or starting in safe mode but my PC won't go into them. Can I fix this?

A:Windows 10 crashed and now stuck in restart loop with a blue screen

Originally Posted by Vagahan


Hey guys, I am hoping you can help me. Last night I was watching a dvd on my desktop when all of a sudden a blue screen came up with a frowning face and said that "Your computer ran into a problem and needs to restart, its collecting info and will restart." It happened quickly so I didn't see what the error was but now my PC is stuck in a loop where it restarts and loads into an empty blue screen. It stays on that blue screen for a minute or so and then restarts again. I tried going into my BIOS or starting in safe mode but my PC won't go into them. Can I fix this?



if you can create a windows 10 boot USB pen it might help, would need to do from another PC or a friend, make sure you chose the same version use windows media creator to download and install windows 10
to a USB pen, then boot from this and choose repair....option in bottom left of screen after entering language etc.....it also has option to go back to a previous restore point if you have set one....

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Hi, my HP laptop shows a black screen after "automatic repair" and sometimes it shows the start up loading page and then the black screen. I cannot use a CD/DVD installation to fix it, due to the fact that this laptop didn't come with the opening for it.please help, thanks.

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my hp laptop model #15z-af100 came with Windows 10 and everything was fine until I started it 5 days ago and it goes black then to a screen the has the hp symbol and on the bottom it says preparing automatic repair stays like that for awhile and then goes black I don't know what to do please help
 

A:Preparing automatic repair then black screen loop

Hi Startan, welcome to the TSG Forums....

Is the laptop still under warranty?

If "yes" then I suggest you contact HP. No point in messing around with something that is under warranty.

If "no" then try booting into Safe Mode. You should also connect the laptop to the mains electricity supply so as to ensure that you have a good source of power.

T.
 

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Hi, I desperately need someones help as I am a law student with an assignment due monday and my laptop wont start. I left it on in my room and went out for a while and when i came back it was on a constant loop of trying to automatically repair and then would show a blue error message stopcode of either FAT FILE SYSTEM or NTFS FILE SYSTEM. Iv'e tried everything that I can think of and nothing is working. pressing ctrl + f8 +f11 does nothing. when I press f11 nothing happens and the loop continues. I also cannot seem to get to a command prompt menu. I really just want to restor the computer to an earlier date or get it to work...Please can you help...

A:Constant loop of automatic repair, fat file system error and...

Hello @Tazzikinz Welcome to the HP Support forum. Thank you for posting. Could you confirm you run Windows 10 ?  If yes, was it a clean installation or you previously ran older Windows version and upgraded to Win 10 ?  What was your previous Windows ? Your problem is known as Blue Screen of Death (BSOD). BSOD is kind of Windows self-protection feature. If you received a blue screen error, or stop code, the computer has shut down abruptly to protect itself from data loss. A hardware device, its driver, or related software might have caused this error.What you describe could happen because of incompatible with Windows driver (most often) or because of hardware issue (rarely). I guess your Windows updated itself automatically and the update caused the issueor there is some hardware problem. In order to troubleshoot, I would need some specific information.  Please, check the official HP article about such issues >> http://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c04593971Perform specifically step 2 and step 5 as diagnostic steps]. Post the results of the hardware checks and the details of the message BSOD that appears. Follow step 4 to use "System Restore". It will undo any recent changes that might be causing the blue screen error, including changing your settings and uninstalling recently installed software applications, or Windows Updates.  Let me know if this helps. Looking forward to your update.

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 I went out of the house for half an hour, and when I returned my computer was shut. I was in the middle of writing a paper, I wasn't even downloading anything and wasn't overloading it with programs - but since then it keeps on looping the automatic repair loop.It says "the operating system couldn't be loaded because the NLS data is missing or contains errors."Error code: 0xc0000102 I had tried literally everything to get it up. It wouldn't consider any safe mode, so I went to system recovery. I tried refreshing it, auto repair, Image recovery and System restore. System restore was really my last hope - I had a restore from the 16th of august and an earlier one from 11th, I tried them both.  It just finishes it, then says; "System Restore did not complete successfully. Your computer's system files and settings were not changed. Details: System Restore failed to replace the file (c:\programs files\windowsapps\8251macrorinaldi.notetiles_10.2.0.0_x64_9rvmmrcs6zgr6\sqlit... with its original copy from the restore point.An unspecified error occured during system restore (0x80070780)"  I went to the library, downloaded windows 10 on a usb drive, and tried to repair from it, but to no avail. It just says a problem occured and I can' install it. I decided perhaps to reinstall(upgrade) it, but it just says that the installtion started and that I need to take out the usb, reenter into windows and resume it in windows - but it never even log... Read more

A:Cannot get out of the Automatic Repair Loop - Windows 10

At this point, I have to agree that there might be more wrong than meets the eye.  I would first try to boot to a different OS, IE a Linux distro, maybe Ubuntu.  If that works OK, then it most likely is a Windows problem.  Or just replace the harddrive and try to install Windows 10 again.  If that goes OK, then try to retrieve the data from the old harddrive by placing it in a external enclosure.

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Last night I tried to restart my computer and when I came back it was in a loop with Windows 10 automatic repair. It said it could not be fixed and gives me a ?inaccessible boot device? reference code.

I tried a few things before I got myself in too deep since I know just barely enough to get me in trouble.

After a few google searches I have tried the following (not necessarily in order)

1. Disable early launch anti-malware protection
2. I have tried to run SrtTrail.txt from command prompt but it says ?system cannot find path specified?
3. Did windows system restore to a point yesterday afternoon (only one available) but the issue still remained
4. Ran ckdsk and it said no bad sectors were found

I have a HP pavilion p7-1254 upgraded with windows 10
Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
 

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When I turn my HP Pavillion, it shows "preparing automatic repair" and then becomes a black screen. I've tried booting from my installation disc but after loading for a while, it also becomes a black screen. F11 for HP recovery doesn't work either. Running a system test showed that the hard disk is okay although it doesn't appear in UEFI boot options. It does appear in legacy boot options. Any ideas?

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Well Hello! First things first, sorry if this is in the wrong section of the forums.

But late last night I went to bed, and about 2 ish hours ago I woke up to find my Laptop in an reboot loop.

I would like to specify that unlike other instances, my computer only seems to show the Windows 10 Logo, the text "Preparing automatic repair" and then it reboots. Repeat.

I don't know what caused it, and I don't own a repair disk, nor do I have the money to buy something like EasyRE.

Any help at all would be appreciated.

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I Just bought a new computer with Windows 8 already installed, started using it, and every 30 minutes after i booted it, it crashed. So i tried to restore the initial definitions of the computer by using the option to do so. While the computer was being restored, it crashed, and then started my problems. I booted the computer again, but now it goes automatically into automatic repair, goes to diagnose and the computer restarts, repeating the automatic repair "loop". I already tried shift+F8, it makes a screen appear for a few seconds saying to press ESC to get to the startup menu, no matter what i do at that moment the computer starts the "loop" again.Please Help Me!

A:Windows 8 automatic repair loop

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We always assume you have made your Recovery Disks using the OEM manufacturer's Recovery Media Creator app the first day you had your new PC.
& made the Startup Repair CD.
Recovery Drive - Create with USB Flash Drive in Windows 8
System Repair Disc - Create in Windows 8




Did you make the OEM manufacturer's Recovery Disks?



You can order OEM Recovery disks from your OEM manufacturer's website.
I would return to the Retailer for Repair or Replacement.

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I have a toshiba laptop with windows 8 installed on it.  Getting a infinti loop with automatic repair.  cant get into advance boot options with shift f8 or f11.  I dont have the recovery disc or installation disc.  Need to figure out how to get it to stop looping.   Need help ASAP

A:windows 8 automatic repair loop!

Is this an actual Win 8 or 8.1 machine, or is it an older computer that you've upgraded.
In other words, I'm trying to establish if you have a recovery partition on your machine.

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So I just had this problem.
I just left my laptop for 30min. with no app or window open...just my desktop and i come back to automatic repair loop.
i tried everything from command prompt, F8 or F12 start up, tried fixing up my BIOS, tried resetting my computer to wipe out everything but it keep saying error, etc...
It wont read my hard drive when we try to reboot it with that but when we used command prompt to check if the hard drive was broken or damaged...it read it just fine and says everything is ok.
so im not sure whats going on...
Dell isnt helping either because they wont let mw download Dell OS tool because my windows version is 10 S and they dont support that..
someone please help me....

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Hello, last night, I was using my computer fine, playing a few League of Legends games before I turned off my PC and went to bed. This morning, I tried to turn on my computer and lo and behold, I encountered Windows 8.1 trying to "automatically repair" and it wouldn't boot me to the desktop. I have tried most of the options on the options menu that pops up after automatic repair "fails" and they don't work. I can't restore to a previous restoration point and I cannot boot into safe mode as well.

From what I have gathered online, one option that I didn't try was to use a Windows 8.1 installation disc to try to fix this problem. Unfortunately, on my laptop, the OS that was installed was Windows 7 and through some (ahem, illegal means), I upgraded to Windows 8.1. Therefore, this means I do not have any Windows 8.1 installation discs. Is there anyway I can fix this without a disc? This is really frustrating as my laptop is not functioning on me one week before I start classes again.

Any kind of response of help is greatly appreciated.

EDIT: I'm not particularly computer savvy and a lot of terms I ran into online such as booting, BIOS is unfamiliar to me so explaining this process in layman terms as much as possible would be great.

A:Windows 8.1 Automatic Repair Loop

We can't help you to use cracked software. It isn't considered morally right in the host nation of this site.

You must have a win7 license, so install win7 instead. It is much better anyway.

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Alright, I'm so frustrated right now so I'll try to not let this turn into a rant :D.
 
Yesterday I was trying to install Visual Studio so I can brush up on my C++. But, the installation failed . So, I tried to open Control Panel so that I could uninstall it and start over; but the search bar in the home menu wouldn't open up. The computer started to get bogged down and all of the program tiles on the home screen had these little X's at the bottom right. So, I decided to restart my computer to let it refresh.
 
But, the computer went through the "Repairing your PC" and then "Automatic Repair" and so on (I can't remember the exact phrases). Then, it gets to the "Choose an Option" page. Pressing "Continue" does the loop again. "Use a Device" is easier said than done. I don't have a disc drive. And, unfortunately to use a USB, apparently I would need a Windows Key, which I can't get because it was pre-installed. Pressing "Troubleshoot" brings me to the next page. 
 
Here is where it gets really frustrating! I figured I'll just "Refresh My PC", however, pressing that brings me to a page that says "You need to sign in as an administrator to continue, but there aren't any administrator accounts on the PC". I only have one account on this computer, which is mine. I always thought that it had Administrator Privileges but maybe not? 
 
So, I figured, maybe there is a way to activate Admin through Command Prompt, apparently there is. BUT, I get the same "N... Read more

A:Windows 8.1 Automatic Repair Loop

There is a hidden admin. account created when Windows is installed.  Have you tried to create an admin. account?
 
Press the Windows key  and the X key, in the menu that opens select Command Prompt.
 
When the command prompt is open copy and paste the command below, then press Enter.
 
sfc /scannow
 
When the scan is complete reopen the command prompt, copy and paste the command below, then press Enter.
 
findstr /c:"[SR]" %windir%\logs\cbs\cbs.log >"%userprofile%\Desktop\sfcdetails.txt"
 
This will place a new icon on the desktop titled sfcdetails.  Click/tap on this to open the log, copy and paste it in your topic.

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Hello!
 
My friend's laptop is unfortunately stuck in the automatic repair loop. We've tried using command prompt lines bootrec and chkdsk on C drive, but so far no luck. 
It displays a message saying it couldn't repair the system and mentions this path: C:\windows\System32\Logfiles\Srt\SrtTrail.txt
 
His laptop has an SSD, an considering the chkdsk command did not find any bad files in the C drive, maybe there could be an issue with the SSD?
 
Currently, he doesn't have any back-up of his files or a recovery drive, so that's why I'm hoping to find an alternative way to make the laptop bootable again.
 
Edit: We figured out System32 was installed on drive X, but when trying to run checkdisk, it gives a message saying: 'Windows cannot run disk check on this volume because it is write protected' or something similar. Any way to get around this?
 
Hopefully someone can help!

A:Windows 8.1 automatic repair loop with SSD

chkdsk /f

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Hello,

I am having trouble with my computer. It is stuck in automatic repair loop. I have tried almost every way to try to get out of it but it doesn't work. I don't have a CD or USB to restore anything as cyberpower did not send one. ( I sent a ticket request and they said I would have to buy a new one for $33 Should I just do this? ) I also tried some things with command prompt but it doesn't work

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks.

A:Windows 8 Automatic Repair Loop

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Hello,

I am having trouble with my computer. It is stuck in automatic repair loop. I have tried almost every way to try to get out of it but it doesn't work. I don't have a CD or USB to restore anything as cyberpower did not send one. ( I sent a ticket request and they said I would have to buy a new one for $33 Should I just do this? ) I also tried some things with command prompt but it doesn't work

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks.



Since no replies have a look here first:
I need a windows 8 ISO file [Solved] - Windows 8 - Windows 8

Rich

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Good Afternoon and Happy New Year, hoping this is the right board lol, the issue I'm having is concerning my sister's Windows 10 cpu. It will not load Windows, but instead keep coming to the screen indicating preparing automatic repair where I then go to the repair/boot options screen. No matter what I do, I will continue to come back to this module. I've tried to restart in safe mode(fail), system restore and to even reset the cpu to no success. In thinking that it may be a virus, I tried boot recovery rescue programs from Norton and Bitdefender. Both scans yielded items that were low risk which were cleared. So with that not working, I am now here. Per your prep instructions here are logs from FRST.... Scan result of Farbar Recovery Scan Tool (FRST) (x64) Version: 02.01.2018Ran by SYSTEM on MININT-TF49PLP (05-01-2018 15:16:57)Running from l:\Platform: Windows 10 Home Version 1607 14393.1715 (X64) Language: English (United States)Internet Explorer Version 11Boot Mode: RecoveryDefault: ControlSet001ATTENTION!:=====> If the system is bootable FRST must be run from normal or Safe mode to create a complete log.Tutorial for Farbar Recovery Scan Tool: http://www.geekstogo.com/forum/topic/335081-frst-tutorial-how-to-use-farbar-recovery-scan-tool/==================== Registry (Whitelisted) ===========================(If an entry is included in the fixlist, the registry item will be restored to default or removed. The file will not be moved.)HKLM\...\Run: [AdobeAAMUpdater-1.0... Read more

A:Windows 10 CPU on automatic repair loop

Greetings RashaadT83 and to BleepingComputer's Virus/Trojan/Spyware/Malware Removal forum.My name is Oh My! and I am here to help you! Now that we are "friends" please call me Gary.If you would allow me to call you by your first name I would prefer to do that.===================================================Ground Rules:First, I would like to inform you that most of us here at Bleeping Computer offer our expert assistance out of the goodness of our hearts. Please try to match our commitment to you with your patience toward us. If this was easy we would never have met.Please do not run any tools or take any steps other than those I will provide for you while we work on your computer together. I need to be certain about the state of your computer in order to provide appropriate and effective steps for you to take. Most often "well intentioned" (and usually panic driven!) independent efforts can make things much worse for both of us. If at any point you would prefer to take your own steps please let me know, I will not be offended. I would be happy to focus on the many others who are waiting in line for assistance.Please perform all steps in the order they are listed in each set of instructions. Some steps may be a bit complicated. If things are not clear, be sure to stop and let me know. We need to work on this together with confidence.Please copy and paste all logs into your post unless directed otherwise. Please do not re-run any programs I suggest. If you encounter proble... Read more

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Stuck in automatic repair loop, did a test everything was fine. Computer keeps turning on and off again.

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To view the msinfo32 and the last available events log, please click here:
https://1drv.ms/f/s!AvQidR--7QwobNDrRo41bxm_aJE

(abbridged)This is an Acer box with Windows 8.1 Home Edition, 8gb ram. Antivirus was AVG but has been removed. It belongs to a friend who couldn't upgrade to Windows 10. She took it to a local shop and they couldn't either. I said I would try. She wants the upgrade so she won't lose programs. Ok. Essentially I have run some troubleshooters, chkdsk, and tried repair from the recovery disk. Nothing. I try reinstalling Windows 10 again. It was very slow loading and froze at 99% (frustration). I took the msinfo and event log at that time. Everything was still working at that time so I went into command line and did sfc /scannow. Nope. But, now it won't boot. Caught in the dreaded Automatic Repair Loop. I cannot enter safe mode. I can access media on usb but not disk. (I have set bios to boot 1st from disk but not working). I ran a chkdsk. It found no errors but could not post to a log.

I notice a lot of people on here don't get answers to this particular problem, and I understand why. I think this is even a mystery to Microsoft. However, here are some strategies for others to try if they can't find an answer:

http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials/139576-startup-repair-infinite-loop-recovery.html
http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/...1/bfc92bc7-031f-45d4-b623-bcb4847d32fd?page=1
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I did a restore point a week back from when my laptop was acting up..since then Ive been getting the bsod then switches to the windows error recovery screen in a loop..now..I cant launch startup repair (it loops back to the error recovery screen) and start windows normally will load but then loops back to the error recovery screen..I can go into f8 but it doesnt matter what I choose none of the options will work..I went into f12 and go into bios setup and i ran a system configuration and every thing is running fine..I also can change the boot sequence...I burned a copy of windows 7 from my desktop because im unsure how to do it from my laptop..I didnt get a cd for my laptop when I bought it and since I cant get to my desktop I can even look for it to reinstall..I have files I need to get off my laptop before I install windows 7 and I wasnt sure how to recover my files in case they get deleted before I reinstall windows 7...im a mess..pleas help..thank you

A:bosd and windows error recovery screen loop

Welcome .
Step #1 Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) Posting Instructions

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Hello everyone,

today the display of my laptop (HP G72 Notebook PC) froze, and after a few seconds it went black and the computer attempted a restart. A blue screen showed up (which I could not investigate yet) and i was asked to launch Windows in safe mode or normally. When I choose normal startup the computer crashes again and repeats the bluescreen and so on. Safe mode is fine, I am currently writing this in safe mode. I will try to write down what the bluescreen says.

Can anyone provide me with help? I would be very thankful.
Thanks in advance.
 

A:Blue screen loop

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Hello , yesterday I was using my laptop normally and when I was prompted to update my laptop it randomly shut off and a blue screen appeared and it?s beem repeating on a loop. I have tried SFC and CHKDSK when I try to get to safe mode the blue screen appears and I can?t do anything.
 

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Hello, My computer has been having many problems lately and I would like to go over all of them but I need immediate help with my most recent problem which is my computer is stuck in a bluescreen reboot loop. So i have read this solved thread http://www.techsupportforum.com/f10/...up-347165.html and I have the same 0x00000024 error with ntfs.sys under it and it seems that the solution is to put ntfs4dos.exe on a floppy and boot it on start up. However, my computer does not have a floppy drive. I could probably look for one in the garage but if there is a way to run the program from a usb or cd it would be very helpful. So my main question is how do I run the exe from here http://www.geekswhoknow.com/articles...error-code.htm without a floppy drive or floppy disks? I really need to get this fixed so I can get my data off these seagate drives (I even updated the firmware for these hard drives because there was a huge problem with 7200.11 seagate drives). I have further questions but I will ask them once this problem is solved...hopefully. btw my knowledge of comptuers is very limited so don'y expect me to understand everything.

Thank you for your help especially since you guys donate your own time to help others like me.

A:Blue screen loop

I would also like to add that the problem is occurring on a seagate st35000320AS hdd with the latest firmware (I believe) which is my second hard drive which I use as storage. The only way to get past the blue screen loop is to unplug hard drive, leaving only my main hard drive plugged in. Also, when i only have my main hard drive plugged in, the time it takes to shutdown is significantly longer taking many minutes as opposed to the seconds it used to take. Also, the hard drive that is causing the problem doesn't get recognized on start up every once in a awhile. And finally, whenever i turn on my computer there is a loud noise, (like that of a machine....like a lawn mower). the noise started occurring when i started having problems with my identical seagate hard drive last year around november. however, I believe that the noise is coming from a fan because whenever i touch the fan to stop it or tap the side of the computer where it is mounted the sound stops, but comes back the next dau when i turn on my computer.

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Hi, for 9 months it was working fine after upgrading from windows 8.1 to windows 10. After this certain update I noticed that my laptop slows down and freezes most of the time and I saw that the disk usage constantly stays at 100%. It always freezes whenever I try to play games like League of Legends for almost 30minutes, then I force shutdown it. I find many solutions for the 100% disk usage but unfortunately they only work for a few hours and the disk usage spiked up to 100% and froze for a long time again, and of course I force shutdown it. But this time when I booted it went to the hp screen as usual, then after that it suddenly went blue screen and it said " Your PC ran into a problem and it needs to restart. We'll restart for you. If you'd like to learn more, you can search online later for this error:NTFS_FILE_SYSTEM". After that it will return to the hp logo when you boot and this time under the logo it says "Preparing Automatic Repair", after that the screen will turn black and a cmd prompt will appear but only for like millosecond and will disappear. Then the screen will turn blue again and the sentences are the same as the first blue screen but this time the error is FAT_FILE_SYSTEM. Please help.

A:Blue screen loop

Edit : the product name is hp 15-ac082nx

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Hey there, I've bought an asus g752vs less than a month ago and as I was playing a game.
The game crashed, after which the system blue screened.

Since then I've been unable to enter my account, system restore, automatic repair, system repair, or clean install windows: all of those actions cause a blue screen.

The errors I've gotten:
- WHEA_UNCORRECTABLE_ERROR all the time
- Kmode_Exception_not_handled just once
If anyone has a clue as to how to break out of the loop or what might be causing it I'd appreciate that

Thanks.
 

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Hey guys, I finally get to see the blue screen of death and any help would be appreciated.

Model: Lenovo T-61, Widnows XP service pack 3

I can get to see the Windows XP loading page for a few second then it will go directly to the blue screen saying "windows shut down to prevent failure". I tried to go on safe mode and "return to previous working mode" but they are all the same.

In order to pinpoint the problem, this is what happened in detail



My laptop was infected with some fake "XP security guard" virus few days ago (eys.exe and ulx.exe) and I had successfully removed them with Malwarebytes. It must had deleted some registries in the process because my laptop was then unable to locate any .exe file, then I look up on a forum and download a registry for this, it seemingly solved the problem but after several minutes my laptop suddenly restarted and went in this dead loop.
Unlike my desktop, I can't seem to find the "disable restart for system failure" on the F8 screen. And weird enough, I can't find any restore point on my Thinkpad Rescue page (I rarely save restore points, maybe they are too old?) Please kindly advise me what I should do. Thank you.

p.s. is there anyway I can download all the registries to a USB so I can attempt to do the recovery from it??

A:Blue Screen Loop

Hi

1. You can try to restore a previous copy of your registry. However you will need a restore point and the Windows XP CD (for the recovery console). This is also a very complicated procedure so read through the document first before attempting it.

If you do not have a Windows XP Cd you can download the Windows XP recovery Console ISO from here.
Write it to CD using a program like ImgBurn.
Once written to CD, boot your PC with the CD (or the Windows XP CD).

Then follow the procedure here: How to recover from a corrupted registry that prevents Windows XP from starting

2. You can also try to repair your Windows XP. Once again you will need the Windows XP CD but for this procedure you will need the full, original CD.
You can read this article on how to run a repair install:
How to Perform a Windows XP Repair Install

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I try to turn on my pc and get a blue screen saying your PC ran into a problem and needs a restart...
When it restarts the blue screen comes up again.
Stop code: SYSTEM_THREAD_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED
What failed:Ntfs.sys
 

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My less than year old Dell can't boot up because it immediately enters a repair mode that never completes.  Any suggestions before I move on to another brand?

A:Dell Inspiron 15R - automatic repair loop and disk error correction never completes

Since you still have a warranty, run an extended diagnostic on the system.  F12 a few times at powerup to get into setup -- in particular, run the extended diagnostic on the drive.  You'll likely see a fault code starting with 2000-.  Record the exact error and contact Dell with it -- they'll replace the drive under warranty.

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Hi everybody, how are you?
 
I am looking at my sibling's Dell Inspiron 3521 laptop running Windows 8 and now 8.1.
I went to uninstall Norton Internet Security 2014 through Revo free.  After I restarted the laptop, it keep going to the "automatic repair" screen then to the repairs failed.  I could not get in Safe Mode (when I tried, it went back to the "automatic repair" screen), but the only way I got into Windows 8.1 is to press option #8 - "Disable early launch anti-malware protection".
 
During one of the failed boots, I was told that the log file can be found under Windows\System32\logfiles\rt\srttrail.txt.
Once I opened the above log file, I scrolled to find only one issue - C:\Windows\system32\drivers\NISx64\1501000.012\SymELAM.sys is corrupted.
 
I downloaded Norton Removal Tool, completed successfully, and dafter a restart, laptop seems back to normal - I even can boot into Safe Mode.
 
My question - can I have an expert eye look over some logs to check if I have any virus/malware/etc still hiding in the system?
 
Newest Kaspersky Internet Security 2014 & Malwarebytes scanned without finding any problems.

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