Many Windows 10 users are experiencing an issue with their computer. What actually happens is they get a blue screen and an error message that says “Automatic Repair: Your PC did not start correctly“. A lot of the time, this happens after upgrading to Windows 10.

If you’re also experiencing this error, you’re no doubt very frustrated. But don’t worry. This error is fixable…

Try these fixes

You may not have to try them all; just work your way down the list until you find the one that works for you…

  1. Run Startup Repair
  2. Restore from a system restore point

Fix 1: Run Startup Repair

Startup Repair scans your Windows 10 computer and tries to diagnose and fix your computer issue. To run this tool:

  1. On the error screen, click Advanced options.

  2. Click Troubleshoot.

  3. Select Advanced options.

  4. Select Startup Repair.

  5. Choose your account name and enter your password.
  6. Wait for the process to be complete.

If this works for you, great! But if not, you may need to…

Fix 2: Restore from a system restore point

You can fix this error by restoring your Windows 10 computer to a previous state. To do this, you’ll need to use a restore point. Here’s how:

This method works only if you have a restore point created before the error occurs.
  1. On the error screen, click Advanced options.

  2. Click Troubleshoot.

  3. Select Advanced options.

  4. Select System Restore.

  5. Follow the on-screen instructions to restore from a system restore point.
You may need to try different restore points to see if there is any that can fix your error.

Hopefully one of the fixes above worked for you. If you have any questions or suggestions, feel free to leave us a comment below.

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