FIX: Automatic Repair couldn’t repair your Windows 10 PC

Windows 10 is the most advanced version of Windows software and also a complex one that provides users with a stable experience.

However, there are some errors and issues that persist in the software, which spoils all the experience. In the list of those errors, there is an error known as ‘Automatic Repair couldn’t repair on your PC’

But as always, there are solutions to fix this error as well. And I’ve mentioned some of them below, so try them and see if the error has fixed on your device.

1. Troubleshoot in Safe Mode

The command prompt is always useful in solving such error, so follow these simple steps to solve the ‘automatic repair couldn’t repair on your PC’ error.

  1. Reboot your PC and keep pressing the F8 key until the system recovery window appears
  2. From the Advanced Options Menu, select the Boot Tab.
  3. Now select the option of “Safe Boot
  4. And now you’ll reboot to the safe mode.
  5. The command prompt opens then select run as administrator.
  6. Now its time to run the Deployment Image Servicing and Management utility.
  7. Type in the following command and press the Enter key.
  8. Now you’ve to run SFC command for that type the below-mentioned command ‘Sfc /scannow'

2. Deactivate Early Launch Anti-Malware Protection

  1. Click on Start Menu, then click on the power button
  2. Now press and hold the Shift key and press on the Restart button
  3. The boot menu will appear there select Troubleshoot
  4. Further click on Advanced Options > Startup Settings
  5. After the computer restarts on your screen, choose the option of ‘Disable early launch anti-malware protection.

And finally, restart your PC

3. Disable Automatic Startup Repair Option

The automatic startup repair can get faulty, and it may be on and running, which would be the reason for the error ‘automatic repair couldn’t repair on your PC.’

So here’s how to disable the automatic startup repair tool.

  1. Click on Start Menu and then click on the Power Button.
  2. Now press and hold the Shift Key then click the Restart button.
  3. After the boot options appear, head to Advanced Options Menu and further click on the command prompt.
  4. Now type in the following command in the command prompt box.
    'bcdedit /set {default} recoveryenabled’
  5. Now restart your PC and check if the error has fixed


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