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FIX: Automatic Repair Windows Couldn't Load Correctly

Posted by Jean to Data Recovery 2017-06-23

Summary

Get 3 simple fixes for Automatic Repair Windows 10 couldn't load correctly. Whenever personal data and apps were lost within the troubleshooting steps, feel no hesitate to download EaseUS free data recovery software.

Error details of Windows couldn't load correctly 

Automatic Repair 

Windows couldn't load correctly 
System Restore can try to restore your PC to an earlier point in time when it worked correctly. This repair will not change personal data, but it might remove some apps that were installed recently. You cannot undo this process. 

Restore | Cancel

automatic repair windows couldn't load correctly

This is another Windows Automatic Repair topic called Windows couldn't load correctly, or perhaps you received the variants, such as Windows couldn't start correctly, your PC did not start correctly or Windows couldn't restart correctly. Each specific error has detailed supplementary information behind, telling you what you should do next.

How to fix 'Windows couldn't load correctly' in Windows 10, 8.1, 8 or 7?

For Windows couldn't load correctly, you can choose to restore your PC to an earlier point, only accepting the fact that some downloaded files and applications, plus personal files you saved in the system partition will be missing.

Fix 1_ Use System Restore function to restore PC to a normal system state

Simply click the Restore button, Windows will then start to revert to a previous system state and reboot. It's the easiest fix and most guaranteed way to restart a computer that won't boot due to Windows couldn't load correctly. And here comes the final point, how to recover uninstalled programs or removed data files after system restore?

Actually, whenever personal data and apps were lost within the troubleshooting steps, don't hesitate to download EaseUS free data recovery software. Since it's free, you can feel worry-free to give it a try. Only upgrade to its full version when you saw the software finding lost data you want.

Step 1. After your PC has successfully restored to a normal state, download and install the software. Launch the software, select a location where lost data files were saved. Click Scan button.

select a locationt to recover lost data after fixing windows couldn't load correctly using system restore

Step 2. After running a quick scan and deep scan, you should see many system files, program files, documents, pictures, music and more data that you're familiar with. Now, you can select the files you're looking for, and click Recover to bring them all back.

click recover button to get back lost data after fixing windows couldn't load correctly using system restore

Fix 2_ Run chkdsk command to fix hard disk & file system issues

According to users' own experiences, sometimes Windows Automatic Repair tool is not working as expected, they always stuck at startup repair infinite loop after using the Automatic Repair suggested fix. At this moment, we should take some other effective measures to troubleshoot the Windows couldn't load correctly error.

To a large extent, the file system itself may be corrupted or damaged, as well as boot drive partition failed due to massive bad sectors on it, which will both cause Windows can't load and start as usual. Take a Windows installation media, a bootable CD/DVD disc or bootable USB drive in order to boot Windows from it, and use chkdsk to fix the corruption problem in Windows 10, 8.1, 8 and 7.

Step 1. Insert the Windows bootable drive and choose boot from it.
Step 2. Click Repair your computer and then navigate to Troubleshoot - Advanced Options - Command Prompt.
Step 3. Open Command Prompt, type chkdsk /r and press enter.
Step 4. Restart your computer. See if the 'Windows couldn't load correctly' error persists.

Fix 3_ Run bootrec command to rebuild Windows BCD

Don't miss the last resort that helps solve the problem for quite a lot of users who get stuck in Automatic Repair with Windows couldn't load correctly error, which lets you rebuild Windows'BCD.

Step 1. Insert the Windows bootable drive and choose boot from it.
Step 2. Click Repair your computer and then navigate to Troubleshoot - Advanced Options - Command Prompt.
Step 3. Open Command Prompt, type bootrec /fixmbr and press enter.
Step 4. Type bootrec /fixboot and press enter.
Step 5. Type bootrec /rebuildbcd and press enter.
Step 6. Restart your computer. See if the 'Windows couldn't load correctly' error disappeared.