How to Fix Automatic Repair Couldn’t Repair Your Windows 10 PC

Windows operating system is the best one, but still, it has so many issues. Because of this, many users switch to Mac OS even though it doesn’t offer the same customization, but it is more user-friendly.

There is an in-built troubleshooter in Windows that helps you to get rid of the problems automatically. Windows system has a recovery feature called Automatic Repair. When your system doesn’t boot, this feature will help to repair your Windows system. But what if “Automatic Repair” is only not working.

If your system is not able to get fixed via Automatic repair, then make sure you check the antivirus settings. The messages that you will see if this feature is not working are:

  • Windows 10 automatic repair failed
  • log file c /windows/system32/logfiles/srt/srttrail.txt Windows 10
  • bootrec.exe /fixboot access is denied Windows 10
  • Windows 10 automatic repair your pc did not start correctly

Luckily, this problem has a solution to fix it. Check out the methods below and try to fix the issue.

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How to Fix Windows Automatic Repair Not Working

If you get into this situation, try out the methods given below; it might solve the issue on your Windows 10 PC.

Method 1: Disable Automatic Startup Repair

You must first try to disable the automatic startup repair feature. It might have turned on for no reason, and it can be a problem for your system.

  1. Click on the Windows start menu and then on the Power button
  2. Click on Restart and at the same time hold the shit key to enter the Boot Options
  3. Now, go to Troubleshoot >> Advanced Options >> Command Prompt.
  4. In CMD, copy and paste the command given below
    bcdedit /set {default} recoveryenabled No
  5. Now, restart your PC and check whether the problem is solved or not.

Method 2: Run DISM

  1. Enter the Boot Options just like we did in Method 1.
  2. Select Troubleshoot >> Advanced options >> Startup Repair
  3. Click on the Restart button. (PC will restart, and there will be a list of options. Select Enable Safe Mode with Networking).
  4. In the Safe mode, download the updated version of the driver that is troubling you.
  5. Download the driver from the website and save it to your USB flash drive.
  6. Now, open Command Prompt (Admin) by pressing Windows Key + X
  7. Copy and paste the given code (the process will take time around 15 mins, so be patient)
    DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth
    Use DISM Command
  8. Once the process is completed, restart it.
  9. Now, install the driver that you have downloaded.

Method 3: Fixing Your Registry Issues

  1. Go to the Windows login screen and click on the Power button. Enter the Boot Options as explained above.
  2. Navigate to Troubleshoot >> Advanced Options >> Command Prompt
  3. Paste the following command and press enter
    copy c:\windows\system32\config\RegBack* c:\windows\system32\config
  4. You might get a message asking you wish to overwrite existing files, then click on Overwrite and hit enter.
  5. Restart your computer and check whether the issue is resolved or not.

Method 4: Disable Early launch anti-malware protection

If you have recently installed an anti-malware program, and after that, you are facing a problem, it’s better to disable it.

  1. Click on Advanced options >> Troubleshoot >> Advanced options >> Startup settings.
  2. Now, hit the Restart button on this page.
  3. You will see a screen as shown below. Press the’ 8′ key to select the “Disable early launch anti-malware protection setting” option.

Fix automatic repair

Wait for some time, and the system will be started.


Automatic Repair couldn’t repair your PC error on Windows is one of the hardest errors to solve. We hope these methods have helped you to fix it.

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