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How to Fix Endless Windows 10 Reboot Loop
If your computer keeps restarting Windows 10, here are a few things that may resolve this issue
Workaround #1: Disable Automatic Restart
Step 1. While restarting your tour computer continuously press F8 until you get Windows logo on the screen.
Step 2. Once the boot menu appears on the screen, release F8 and select Safe Mode.
Step 3. When Windows boot into Safe Mode, go to Search box and type “sysdm.cpl”. Open sysdm.cpl from search results.
Step 4. Now, navigate to “Advanced” tab and select “Settings” under “Start-up and Recovery”.
Step 5. Here you need to uncheck “Automatically restart” checkbox. You might also want to check “Write an event to the system log” if it’s not already checked. Click “OK” and again restart your computer.
This is the very first method you need to try whenever you stuck in a reboot loop. If this process won’t help you to solve the Windows 10 restart loop, then try out the second method.
Workaround #2: Fix Driver Issues
There are reports that Windows 10 conflicts with AMD graphics. If your Windows 10 stuck in a restart loop, that might be caused by the outdated driver issues. Just have a try fixing the graphics drivers.
You can use a professional driver utility for checking and fixing driver problems. It will help to repair the driver if it is corrupted or damaged, install the best-matched driver if it is missing, and update to the latest driver if it is outdated.
Contact C4 Consulting and speak to our support team if your computer keeps restarting Windows 10. We can come to your work or house and provide a wide range of solutions