You want a quick and easy solution to your Windows 10 PC stuck on your restarting screen? Well, don’t worry because in this guide I’m going to show you step by step on how you can actually fix this issue in no time!
So this is something a lot of Windows users have complained about in the past. Either they update their computer to a newer version of Windows or simply try restarting their computer. After that, they experience this issue of their computer being stuck on the restarting screen and it simply won’t change.
And there are a ton of reasons which can be behind this bug. But in most cases, it is because Windows has installed certain updates which are incompatible with your PC.
But in this guide, I’m going to cover everything under the sun on how you can fix this issue of your Windows 10 computer stuck on restarting and fix this issue once and for all. And I’ve bought you not one but five different methods. Stay tuned!
Fix 1: Power Off And Restart Your Computer Multiple Times
This technique might sound simple, but it is quite effective. All you do is long press your power button (The one which you tap to turn on your PC) and shut down your computer. You repeat it at least three times and hopefully, you might be in luck.
Fix 2: Use Your Command Prompt
If you tried the first method and you couldn’t get much help through it, then try this method. Once you power off and restart your PC three times in a row you will get to the “Automatic Repair” screen. From there you go to the “Advanced options”.
And then you will be taken to the “Choose an option” screen and you select “Troubleshoot”.
After that, you will be taken to another page. On there you choose “Advanced options”.
And then you will open up another new menu. From there you select this option which says “Command Prompt”.
And once you open up the command prompt…
You type the name of your main drive there. As in most cases, your main drive is the “C Drive”.
So you will have to type in “C:” on your command prompt and then press enter.
And then type in “dir” and then press enter.
The only way you can check that if your C drive is your main hard drive is if you get the labels such as “Program Files, Users, Windows” after running the “dir” command. And if it doesn’t appear, then you can try in different hard drives of your computer until you get the correct one.
After finding in the correct hard drive of your Windows 10 computer. You type in the following code in your command prompt…
And then you press enter. After that, you type in “MD Backup” and press enter.
After that, you type in the following code…
copy *.* backup
You press enter. And then you type in…
After that, you type in “dir” and press enter.
And then, you type in…
copy *.* ..
All you do after that is you press the letter “A” on your keyboard and press enter. And then you type in “exit” and press enter again.
Then you will be taken to the “Choose an option” page. And you select “Continue”.
And then hopefully, you will have resolved this issue of your windows 10 computer being stuck on restarting.
Fix 3: Use Startup Repair To Fix Windows Stuck On Restarting
If the first two methods didn’t work out, then you can use the startup repair options within your Windows 10 PC and hopefully fix this issue of your computer stuck on the restarting screen.
So this time all you do is go to the “Automatic Repair” screen. And then go to “Advanced options”.
After that, go to “Troubleshoot”. And then click on “Advanced options”
From there you click on this option which says “Startup Repair”.
After that, your Windows 10 PC will automatically search for a solution to being stuck on restarting.
Fix 4: Try Running A System Restore
If none of the first three methods don’t work out, then running a system restore would be one of your last resorts.
To implement this fix, you need to have a bootable USB stick with your installation files stored in it.
So you plug in your USB stick and connect it with your PC by changing the boot order in your BIOS settings to boot from the USB stick. And once it’s done your Windows installation files are gonna start loading.
And then you can choose which version of the operating system you want. Either its the “32-bit” or the “64-bit”.
And based on the version of Windows you had installed on your computer, you select it and then press enter.
After that, you will see a loading screen. From there you will be taken to another new tab. Which is the Windows setup page. And there you click on “Next” which is on the lower right corner.
And then you will be taken to another tab. From there all you do is click on “repair your computer” which is in the lower left corner.
From there you will be taken to the “Choose an option” page. And then you click on “Troubleshoot”.
Then you select the “System Restore” option. And if you have any restore points installed on your Windows 10 PC, then you will be given a few instructions from your PC which will guide you through the rest.
But if you do not have any restore points created, then this method is not going to work for you.
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Fix 5: Delete Recent Apps Through Safe Mode
One of the key reasons behind your Windows 10 computer being stuck on the restarting screen is because it might have some unwanted applications installed. You can try deleting those unwanted applications through your safe mode. And then, you can try turning on your PC again and hopefully see a positive result.
Caution: This is most suitable if you have recently installed applications on your computer.
And to implement this method, just go through the following steps…
So all you do is power off and restart your computer three times in a row. And then go to the “Automatic Repair” screen. From there you go to “Advanced options”.
Then, go to “Troubleshoot”.
And then you click on this option which says “Advanced options”.
From there you will be taken to another screen. From there click on “Startup Settings”.
And then click on “Restart”.
Then will be taken to another screen. There you might have to press the number based on which you can activate the safe mode. In my case scenario, it’s “four” so I either press “f4” or the number four on my keyboard.
After that, you will start your PC in safe mode. And after that, you can log into your PC and delete the apps which you recently installed. And hopefully, your Windows 10 computer won’t be stuck on restarting anymore.
So this an easy tutorial through which can successfully fix a Windows 10 computer from being stuck on restarting.
Do let me know which of these methods worked for you in the comments 😉
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Also, you might want to check out this guide of ours on how to activate your Windows 10 computer for free. In case if you might system restore to Windows 10 and you see your computer wanting a product key.