Steps To Enable/Disable Automatic Repair On Windows 10
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Steps To Enable/Disable Automatic Repair On Windows 10

Windows 10 comes with an amazing and inherent Automatic Repair function which has the ability of fixing the minor bugs and troubleshoot the basic problem that occur in day to day lives. These issues not only hamper the performance of your computer but also prevent your computer from loading OS. In case your computer doesn’t start two consecutive times, then during the third boot, the self-repair procedure  will start and meanwhile, your computer will run various diagnostic tests to find and repair normal startup issues.

However if you want to troubleshoot your computer’s startup issues on your own or you find automatic repair behaving weirdly, then you can disable Automatic Repair on Windows 10.

In this post, we’re going to share the steps to enable/disable automatic repair on Window 10 to fix the common issues and error messages.

Steps to Enable Automatic Repair on Windows 10

Mostly automatic repair function is enabled on your system but if your computers automatic repair feature is not activated or you have earlier disable the feature then you can follow the below-mentioned steps to enable automatic repair on Windows 10.

Step 1:  Enter your password and unlock your Windows 10 computer.

Step 2: Go to the Start button located at the left bottom corner of your Windows 10 screen.

Step 3: Type Command Prompt in the search bar and right-click on the Command Prompt to run it as administrator.

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Step 4: Hit Yes.

Step 5: Now, you need to type “bcdedit” command in the Administrator Command Prompt.

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Step 6: Hit Enter.

Step 7: Now, you can make the notes of identifier and reoveryenabled values from the “Windows Boot Loader” segment. Please make sure the values are alike than the following values.

recoveryenabled: no

identifier: {current}

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Step 8: You need to type down “bcdedit /set {current} recoveryenabled yes” this command in the Administrator Command Prompt to activate the automatic repair.

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Step 9: Hit Enter after inserting the command.

Step 10: In above-mentioned command, we’ve taken the value of {current} to stipulate the target Operating System option in the boot loader and the “yes” value to activate automatic repair.

In case, you get issues while starting your Windows 10 machine then you can simply go for boot your system a third time. After performing it, your computer will initiate the diagnosis of system and fix the issues that may be capable of causing issues in your Operating System and its loading.

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Steps to Disable Automatic Repair on Windows 10

If you are not interested in automatic repair and want to disable this function on your Windows 10 computer, then you can follow the below steps to disable automatic repair on Windows 10.

Note: Please keep in mind after disabling the automatic repair on Windows 10, your system won’t perform and run automatic repair.

Step 1: Firstly, you need to type Command Prompt in the search bar which is available next to Start button at the bottom left corner of your computer screen.

Step 2: When you see Command prompt in the search result then you need to right-click on the Command Prompt and choose Run as administration.

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Step 3:  Now, you need to insert “bcdedit” command in your Administration Command Prompt.

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Step 4: Once you’re done, then hit Enter.

Step 5: Now, you can make the notes of identifier and reoveryenabled values from the “Windows Boot Loader” segment. Please make sure the values are alike than the following values.

recoveryenabled: Yes

identifier: {current}

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Step 6: You need to type down the “bcdedit /set {current} recoveryenabled no” command in the Command Prompt to disable automatic repair on Windows 10.

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Step 7: Press Enter.

Step 8: In above-mentioned command, we’ve taken the value of {current} to stipulate the target Operating System option in the boot loader and the “no” value to disable automatic repair.

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So, these are the steps to enable/disable automatic repair on Windows 10 computer. You can follow the same steps on your system and lets us know in case you face issues in the below comments section.

Bhoomika Basera

Bhoomika Basera is an analyst and blogger at Systweak Software. She likes to explore and discover latest technological updates and hacks.She is a backpack traveller and loves to explore cities and off beat places!

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