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Users of Windows 10/8 may have noticed that it contains a new restore function called Automatic repair. If your Windows 10/8 is unable to boot or start, automatic boot repair runs and attempts to diagnose and resolve the problem. It scans system files, registry settings, configuration settings and more and tries to solve the problem automatically.
Automatic repair on Windows startup
If you want to access and run the automatic repair manually, you must start in the advanced startup options. the following screen appears. (4353)
In the WinRE Troubleshooting screen, select > Advanced options. (4354)
Under Advanced Options, select Auto repair.
You will be prompted to select the user account to continue. Do it and go on. When prompted, enter your password and click’Next’.
Auto repair cannot repair your PC
If Auto repair fails and you receive an error message Auto repair cannot repair your PC, you can open the log file:
You can also check if this message does not start under Windows ; automatic repair, update, PC reset also fails.