Windows 10 Keeps Restarting or Continuously Reboots? Fix It Now!

Tracy King updated on May 12, 2020 to Computer Instruction | How-to Articles

Windows 10 Keeps Restarting After the System Update, How to Solve This Issue

"My computer keeps restarting after Windows 10 update. I've tried to force my computer shut down several times. But when the computer won't allow me to log in but keep rebooting. I'm now stuck with this issue on my computer, can you help me fix it?"

"It seems that Windows 10 is having a boot loop that it keeps rebooting after the system update. I cannot stop the computer from continuously restarting. This is crazy and can anyone of you help me to stop this process? Help me please."

Don't worry about having Windows 10 reboot loop or computer keeps restarting after system update anymore. Right now, you can find effective methods right here to fix Windows reboot loop, or computer keeps restarting error with ease now. 

Quick Fix Windows 10 Reboot Loop/Keeps Restarting Error

Boot the computer from Safe Mode and cancel Automatically Restart

  • Continuously press F8 before Windows logo appears;
  • Release F8 until the boot menu shows up and choose Safe Mode;
  • Boot the computer from Safe Mode and go to search after Windows boot up;
  • Type: sysdm.cpl and open sysdm.cpl;
  • Click "Advanced" > "Settings" under "Startup and Recovery";
  • Uncheck "Automatically restart";
  • Click "OK" and reboot the computer.

Note: These methods may not solve your problem directly, but if you have some urgent issue with your computer, you may try this first. After trying the quick fixes, you can follow below two methods to fix Windows 10 reboot loop issue right now. 

Method 1. Fix Windows 10 Reboot Loop by Booting PC from the Bootable Disk

When Windows 10 keeps restarting, you can directly get this issue solved right now with Windows bootable disk. You can create a bootable disk with a healthy computer with Windows 10 with the help of professional partition manager software - EaseUS Partition Master.


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Then you can be able to boot and run the computer from the bootable disk and fix errors that cause Windows reboot loop on your computer. You can free download EaseUS Partition Master and follow below steps to fix Windows 10 reboot loop from bootable disk right now:

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Step 1: Prepare a disc or drive

To create a bootable disk of EaseUS Partition Master, you should prepare a storage media, like a USB drive, flash drive or a CD/DVD disc. Correctly connect the drive to your computer.

Launch EaseUS Partition Master, go to the "WinPE Creator" feature on the top. Click on it.

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Step 2: Create EaseUS Partition Master bootable drive

You can choose the USB or CD/DVD when the drive is available. However, if you do not have a storage device at hand, you can also save the ISO file to a local drive, and later burn it to a storage media. Once made the option, click "Proceed".

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You have created an EaseUS Partition Master WinPE bootable disk now. You can manage your hard disks and partitions through the bootable drive whenever the computer fails to boot normally.

If you have RAID drives, load the RAID driver first by clicking Add Driver from the menu bar, which can help you add the driver of your device under WinPE environment, as some specific device cannot be recognized under WinPE environment without drivers installed, such as RAID or some specific hard disk.

Right-click on the system C: drive and select "Check File System" to fix errors. After this, try to reboot your computer to see if the Windows 10 reboot loop has been removed or not. If not, you can continue to use EaseUS Partition Master with its Rebuild MBR feature to repair MBR on your PC if the system disk is MBR.

Method 2. Stop Windows 10 Continuously Reboot by Removing the Bad Registry Entry 

To remove bad registry entries on Windows 10 may cause some unexpected data loss or programs function error on your PC. Please boot your PC into the Safe Mode, backup important data and create a system image before taking action with below tips.
  • Type: regedit in Start > go to: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\ProfileList;
  • Back up your registry key in case of any unexpected errors (with "ProfileList" highlighted, click "File" and "Export" and choose a backup name);
  • Scan through the "ProfileList" IDs and delete any with "ProfileImagePath" found in it as it shouldn't be there;
  • Close "regedit", reboot, and the Windows 10 reboot loop error will be removed. 

Now that you can restart your computer smoothly without any further Windows 10 boot issue on your PC.

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