I hate windows.
The option to disable automatic restart on system failure is available from the Advanced Boot Options menu at startup.Does anyone know of any other options?0 the drive, or use HP option to format the drive.Volume label is Windows.Microsoft is hoping that a reboot will fix your PC and so Windows decides to hide the blue screen and reboot, endlessly and in vain.
Solution 4: Restore your Windows registry.
A corrupted registry settings can also cause a auto-repair loop.
If doing an mac os x lion iso compressed install using the media creation tool you will no longer have the included HP software you had on the computer.
GO-TO The left hand lower corner of the window, and select "System Image Backup".
My logical opinion is that HP will have to re-tool all it's future computers to fix.Before running the chkdsk command, you have to find out the drive letter of your system drive.When you have located your Windows system drive, type the following command and press Enter.EasyRE will test for and attempt to automatically correct errors with the disk, partition, bootsector, filesystem, bootloader, and registry.EasyRE is currently available for Windows XP, Vista, 7 and 8 and can be downloaded and created on any.Bootsector viruses and other malware that targets the bootloader or the booting chain can cause errors in the bootloader settings and state that result in an infinite loop of Startup Repair.You will all have a better go at it if you make that "System Image Back UP" clicking on the bottom of the File History Window, left hand side.I have also removed the rive and plugged it externally to a working PC and found all files to be intact, or so it would seem.Fix #1: Boot into Safe Mode Often booting into Safe Mode and uninstall recently install device drivers or software may fix the Automatic Repair loop error.Of hand, every now and then someone will ask me where is is I am from.