Windows repair loop and slow boot time on ssd

Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by Geveral, Oct 4, 2017.

  1. Geveral

    Geveral MDL Novice

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    Hey guys, as the title says, my windows 10 just randomly started a repair loop which ends only by restoring it to a restore point, but even when it does boot after the restore, another reset or shut down causing randomly another loop, a few days after a restore, it will likely happen again...
    Tried every way I could find online to fix that, nothing seems to work, as nothing appears to be corrupted..

    The second issue is a super slow boot time, before the loop problem appeared, the boot time was no longer than 30 seconds, now it takes a couple minute.

    Would love to get some help on both the problems, have a great day.
     
  2. tonto11

    tonto11 MDL Addicted

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    Sounds like something got corrupted
    try a system file check
    from a command prompt run as administrator
    sfc /scannow

    ...T
     
  3. pisthai

    pisthai Imperfect Human

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    It could be a Memory Problem.

    I would try the following: cleaning the contact feets of the Memory Module('s). Open the casing and take the RAM Modules out, use a soft Pencil Rubber for to clean the contact-feets and put the Modules back and start the machine. If you've more than 1 RAM Module, check each as a Single to see the computer starts.

    If you've more than one HDD inside, have only the OS-HDD connected while testing!
     
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  4. Hadron-Curious

    Hadron-Curious MDL Guru

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    Check the event logs to know what is actually the cause of the problem.
     
  5. oneLess

    oneLess MDL Junior Member

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    #5 oneLess, Oct 5, 2017
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    i had 2 times this problem
    both were defective ssds . only from one I retrieved some of data.

    try to check the ssd health on other computer with [crystal disk info] or [hdtune] or [hdsentinel] or else
    if they are bad news save your data first

    c