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- What is Automatic Repair failures and restart loops in windows 8
Posted by : mickael Monday, February 10, 2014
you cannot disable Automatic Repair, but you can boot from installation media or Recovery Drive to fix errors and make Windows 8 or 8.1 usable again.
The behavior can also be an indicator that Windows 8/8.1 does not have required drivers for a disk controller. You can then enter BIOS/UEFI and set your disk controller mode (aka SATA mode, RAID mode) to Standard (aka Standard IDE or SATA, Legacy) instead of AHCIor RAID (take note of the original setting first!). This will often ensure that Windows knows which drivers to use for booting from the system drive.
In case you have multiple hard drives, power off your computer and remove its power cord. Then disconnect drive cables from all hard disks other than the one where Windows is installed. Plug the power cord back in and see if this helps Windows to boot properly.
After Windows 8/8.1 starts, upgrade storage drivers and software using Intel's Driver Update Utility (Internet Explorer installs ActiveX control, other browsers require Java) or find the driver software
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