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moooon
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Windows 10 keeps giving me automatic repair loop even after the clean install !!!!!!!!!!!

in the first windows was working perfectly ….. then I got some kind of green screen of death saying some sort of unknown error … then it got into automatic repair loop I tried every single fix out there on the internet but all failed ….
I tried
1- bootrec /fixmbr

2- bootrec /fixboot

but I got access denied

3- bootrec /rebuildbcd

4- copy the registry files and replace them

5- windows restore point but it failed while trying

6- windows reset but failed after it took long time

7- dism but it failed too .

8- sfc /scannow failed then asked me to try fix the files with dism

https://justpaste.it/6hx44
9- dism from the windows source disk

10- chkdsk /r /f c: it failed too
https://justpaste.it/60hdl

11- I tried replacing the corrupted file
but it did nothing

the windows the version that I had while this was the spring creators update 1709... the only fix I had was clean install windows
I got the rs4 1803 tried installing it but I got windows cannot be installed on this disk the only fix was converting the disk from mbr to gpt
but I had no backup disk so I launched hiren's live cd then partition wizard tool then I clicked convert mbr to gpt to avoid formatting the disk
then I tried installing the windows again ant I worked just fine but after 4 days I got through the same problem that I tried the 10 fixes on it and didn't work ….. then I clean installed it again after some couple of days I got the automatic repair loop but I tried system restore point and it worked for the very very first time I was so happy .. then after one day I got the same automatic repair loop .. and when I tried system restore point again I found non restore points I clicked reset windows and it worked !!!!! but now I am afraid to use my pc in case the error comes again !! although I tried turning off the automatic repair but I got error 0x000001 while trying to boot !!! I tried to sort the boot disk from the bios settings but it didn't fix the error !!!!
I scanned the hard drive for bad sectors but I had non


here is some srt log files from the last error I got
1- bcdinfo
https://justpaste.it/4bifu
2-bootstat.dat
https://www.file-upload.com/bhlxer0re520

3- disklayout
https://justpaste.it/4n35f

4-DISMRepairLogFile
https://justpaste.it/7d4j4

5- SrtTrail.log
https://justpaste.it/5axb6

6-SrtTrail.txt
https://justpaste.it/4zbxm
manufacturers diag
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1GYaeoUKqEwLdzgYdw3nVSVht1mKMD84r/view?usp=sharing
it passed the test

if i got this error again I would throw my pc at the wall and smash it into pieces and never ever use the bloody error yearning windows again !!!!

 

in the first windows was working perfectly ….. then I got some kind of green screen of death saying some sort of unknown error … then it got into automatic repair loop I tried every single fix out there on the internet but all failed ….
I tried
1- bootrec /fixmbr

2- bootrec /fixboot

but I got access denied

3- bootrec /rebuildbcd

4- copy the registry files and replace them

5- windows restore point but it failed while trying

6- windows reset but failed after it took long time

7- dism but it failed too .

8- sfc /scannow failed then asked me to try fix the files with dism

https://justpaste.it/6hx44
9- dism from the windows source disk

10- chkdsk /r /f c: it failed too
https://justpaste.it/60hdl

11- I tried replacing the corrupted file
but it did nothing

the windows the version that I had while this was the spring creators update 1709... the only fix I had was clean install windows
I got the rs4 1803 tried installing it but I got windows cannot be installed on this disk the only fix was converting the disk from mbr to gpt
but I had no backup disk so I launched hiren's live cd then partition wizard tool then I clicked convert mbr to gpt to avoid formatting the disk
then I tried installing the windows again ant I worked just fine but after 4 days I got through the same problem that I tried the 10 fixes on it and didn't work ….. then I clean installed it again after some couple of days I got the automatic repair loop but I tried system restore point and it worked for the very very first time I was so happy .. then after one day I got the same automatic repair loop .. and when I tried system restore point again I found non restore points I clicked reset windows and it worked !!!!! but now I am afraid to use my pc in case the error comes again !! although I tried turning off the automatic repair but I got error 0x000001 while trying to boot !!! I tried to sort the boot disk from the bios settings but it didn't fix the error !!!!
I scanned the hard drive for bad sectors but I had non

c.PNGCcapture.PNG


here is some srt log files from the last error I got
1- bcdinfo
https://justpaste.it/4bifu
2-bootstat.dat
https://www.file-upload.com/bhlxer0re520

3- disklayout
https://justpaste.it/4n35f

4-DISMRepairLogFile
https://justpaste.it/7d4j4

5- SrtTrail.log
https://justpaste.it/5axb6

6-SrtTrail.txt
https://justpaste.it/4zbxm

 

manufacturers diag


https://drive.google.com/file/d/1GYaeoUKqEwLdzgYdw3nVSVht1mKMD84r/view?usp=sharing
it passed the test

if i got this error again I would throw my pc at the wall and smash it into pieces and never ever use the bloody error yearning windows again !!!!

 

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Message 2 of 8

Re: Windows 10 keeps giving me automatic repair loop even after the clean install !!!!!!!!!!!

This could be a connection problem on the hard disk interface / ribbon / cable connection. It also could be a hardware fault on the drive's embedded controller board.

At this point I would try a different hard drive (same specs but different manufacture) to see if it acts similar to the one that came with the computer.

Also - booting from a Linux based DVD (Live DVD) can yield some good information. One other thing - it is helpful to also include your machine information (model number, windows OS, BIOS etc...) but not your machine serial number.

CB

I do not work for Lenovo, I only provide suggestions based on my personal willingness to help others. All advice and comments are based on my experience, and do not reflect Lenovo policy, terms or conditions.
moooon
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Location: US
Views: 879
Message 3 of 8

Re: Windows 10 keeps giving me automatic repair loop even after the clean install !!!!!!!!!!!

model number :
Lenovo-Z51-70

there is  alot of information 
in the   win10 r4  Build 17134

manufacturers diag report file 


i will just wait to get a new hard drive 

 

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Posts: 2,298
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Message 4 of 8

Re: Windows 10 keeps giving me automatic repair loop even after the clean install !!!!!!!!!!!

This sounds like a windows system error, more than a hardware issue.... But the fact that it keeps running into a "repair" loop points to a random failure to read into the Boot Strap files on the hard disk drive.

If you can, try booting from a USB stick or a DVD using Linux Mint (Live DVD) to eval the issue with hard disk drive.

CB

I do not work for Lenovo, I only provide suggestions based on my personal willingness to help others. All advice and comments are based on my experience, and do not reflect Lenovo policy, terms or conditions.
moooon
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Location: US
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Message 5 of 8

Re: Windows 10 keeps giving me automatic repair loop even after the clean install !!!!!!!!!!!

 "If you can, try booting from a USB stick or a DVD using Linux Mint (Live DVD) to eval the issue with hard disk drive."
i have said that I got the rs4 1803 and the pc is working now but i am afraid that this error comes again as i got it  after 3 days of the clean install .. 
please reread the description again ..If you would .
thanks.

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Message 6 of 8

Re: Windows 10 keeps giving me automatic repair loop even after the clean install !!!!!!!!!!!

The suggestion to try booting from Live DVD would remove the HDD from the mix, to see if it was a system board issue. IE - process of elimination. Since this issue presents several points to trouble shoot, this will narrow the list down somewhat.

CB

I do not work for Lenovo, I only provide suggestions based on my personal willingness to help others. All advice and comments are based on my experience, and do not reflect Lenovo policy, terms or conditions.
moooon
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Message 7 of 8

Re: Windows 10 keeps giving me automatic repair loop even after the clean install !!!!!!!!!!!

i did but without removing the hd and it booted live from the usb just fine 

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Message 8 of 8

Re: Windows 10 keeps giving me automatic repair loop even after the clean install !!!!!!!!!!!

USB controller is not the HDD controller on the system board, so we have not removed the HDD controller (south bridge) from the trouble shooting list. The fact that it does boot and run from the USB is good news, but booting and running from a Live DVD like Linux Mint or Ubuntu Live for an extended time will server to both stress test the system and prove the ODD controller (might be the same chipset) is working correctly and the system parts not tied to the HDD are removed from troubleshooting.

IF the system runs from both USB and DVD drives, and fails to give the same error.... Then removing the HDD and replacing it with a known good test drive is the next step. If the replacement drive boots the system and runs stable without errors, then it has been narrowed down to the hard disk successfully and the solution is to replace the hard drive, reload the factory set of software or a retail copy of the target OS and restore data to the drive from backup or cloud source.

If the replacement (test) hard disk fails in the same way as the original disk, the notebook control chip (south brige) is suspect, and the notebook will need to be serviced by a factory approved center.

CB


I do not work for Lenovo, I only provide suggestions based on my personal willingness to help others. All advice and comments are based on my experience, and do not reflect Lenovo policy, terms or conditions.

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