Repair Windows 8 With Automatically Repair

Last Post 09 Jan 2013 01:13 AM by windflow. 1 Replies.
AddThis - Bookmarking and Sharing Button Printer Friendly
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
Sort:
PrevPrev NextNext
You are not authorized to post a reply.
Author Messages
windflow
New Member
New Member

--
09 Jan 2013 01:12 AM

I got a Windows 8 computer about a month ago and up til now it has worked okay. Today when I turned it on, it won't boot. Basically the whole screen is just black with the blue bar along the bottom, and the two icons in the bottom right corner.The computer has been stuck at this point for about half an hour now and doesn't seem to want to load any further. Does anyone know what the problem is, and how (if) it can be fixed?



Like such issue happen to windows 8 is countless. When your computer won't boot one day, what should you do? Most people may choose ask some IT engineer for help. Do you know it, Windows 8 includes a recovery feature called Automatic Repair that attempts to automatically diagnose and fix common issues that may cause Windows 8 to not start properly. Automatic Repair will start automatically when Windows is unable to start properly. Once started, it will scan various settings, configuration options, and system files for corrupt files and settings. If it detects anything, it will automatically attempt to fix them for you. Here I will show how to automatically repair Windows 8 computer freezes using Automatic Repair.



To access Automatic Repair in the Windows Recovery Environment you need to go to the Windows 8 Start Screen and type Advanced. When the search results appear click on the Settings category as shown below.



8352127868_4688141e3c.jpg



Now click on the option labeled Advanced startup options and you will be brought to the General PC Settings screen. Scroll down to the bottom until you see an option labeled Advanced startup. Click on the Restart now button and Windows 8 will restart your computer and go directly into the Advanced Startup options menu.



8351063287_74f82f3d78.jpg



Now click on the Troubleshoot button and then the Advanced options button. When the advanced options screen opens, click on the Automatic Repair option. Your computer will now reboot and you will then be shown a screen where Windows states it is preparing Automatic Repair. When it is done, you will be shown a screen where you need to select an Administrator account that you wish to login with.



8352128006_fbda059d1b.jpg



Please click on the account you wish to use. If your account has a password on it, you will be required to enter it and then click on the Continue button to continue with the automatic repair. Automatic will now start and attempt to diagnose the problem with your computer.



8352128060_c1fcb65f80.jpg



The automatic repair process can take a quite a while, so please be patient while Automatic Repair attempts to find a repair startup problems in Windows 8. During this process your computer may reboot. This is perfectly normal and nothing to worry about. Once the automatic repair process has completed it will tell if you if it was able to repair anything. If it was not able to repair anything you will be shown a prompt asking if you wish to shutdown or use some other tools.



At this point, if your computer is still unable to start up, you can try a professional repair tool. Tenorshare Fix Genius is one of the tool worth recommend. Fix Genius allows you to boot up any computer with a bootable CD/DVD/USB, as well as fix computer freezes issue, backup & restore Windows system, repair crashed, corrupted Windows, recover lost data, partition or clone disk, find forgotten Windows password & Office product key and do much more under Microsoft WinPE environment. It is particularly outstanding to deal with the problem of blue screen of death & black screen of death .In my experience the methods in the guide have been as good and many times.

windflow
New Member
New Member

--
09 Jan 2013 01:13 AM
You can download Tenorshare Fix Genius software from http://www.any-data-recovery.com/pr...genius.htm

You are not authorized to post a reply.

Acceptable Use Policy