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Fix Windows 10 Reboot Loop/Bug after System Update

Updated on Dec 05, 2018 by Jean to Partition Master

Your computer keeps rebooting after Windows 10 update? Windows 10 stuck in rebooting after system update? Relax! Here in this article, you'll find two effective methods to fix the endless Windows 10 reboot loop and make your PC to work normally again. Follow to fix Windows 10 continuously restart bug right now.

Problem: Windows 10 keeps rebooting, and the computer has a reboot loop, help!

"Updated Windows 10 yesterday and this morning I logged in, then the computer boot with a blue screen, telling me that it needs to restart. Then I restarted it; a problem came out. The computer stuck in a reboot circle, no blue screen, no auto recovery, no end..."

"My computer keeps warning me with an error INTERNAL_POWER_ERROR, and it stuck in an endless reboot loop."

"After getting Windows 10 installed, my computer keeps restarting after I reboot it. How can I fix this error?"

Quite a lot Windows 10 users reply that their computer is all stuck in an endless reboot bug after updating Windows 10. Whenever they try to boot PC, the computer would keep rebooting. So how to fix such a problem? Relax. Here below we’ll offer you two effective methods to solve Windows 10 reboot error and help you out of PC reboot loop.

Method 1. Remove bad registry entry to fix Windows 10 reboot loop
Method 2. Reboot Windows 10 from a bootable disk, fix the internal error and solve the reboot loop

Let’s see how to get rid of Windows 10 reboot loop or bug from the computer and enjoy a healthy Windows system now. 

Method 1. Remove Bad Registry Entry to Fix Windows 10 Endless Reboot Loop

When Windows registry entry gets damaged or become bad, Windows system will not be able to be loaded properly. Then an endless reboot loop might occur. This problem will also appear after Windows 10 system update. Therefore, you can remove all bad registry entries from your PC so to fix the Windows 10 reboot loop:

Before you try this method, here is one more thing that you may want to understand. Removing all bad registry entries on your PC may remove and delete important files on your PC. So please think twice before trying this method. If you've lost files after trying this method, please let professional data recovery software help. If you need a more secure method, please try Method 2. needs the FAT32 format for SD and SDHC cards the FAT32 format for SD and SDHC card
  • Type: regedit in Start. Go to: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\ProfileList;
  • Back up your registry key in case of an unexpected error (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. 

After all these steps, your computer will be able to reboot normally without any problems anymore. And you can then enjoy the new Windows 10 features now.

Method 2. Reboot Windows 10 from a Bootable Disk and Fix Internal Error

Another alternative method to solve the internal problem and solve endless reboot loop or bug in Windows 10 is to reboot Windows 10 from a bootable disk with healthy Windows 10 system and scan & fix system and disk errors. But how? Professional partition manager software - EaseUS Partition Master will help to fix this issue on your PC with simple steps. Free download this software and follow steps to get rid of Windows reboot loop from your computer with ease now.

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 Windows 10 is supported

Part 1. Create a WinPE Bootable Disk 

To create a WinPE bootable disk, you need a new and healthy Windows 10 PC which can boot normally. Then follow steps to create a new bootable disk for your Windows PC.


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.

Part 2. Reboot Windows 10 from the Bootable Disk

Step 1. Connect the bootable disk USB drive or SD card with computer and select to boot from the disk.
Step 2. Select to enter EaseUS Partition Master; there you can directly perform a disk or partition copy operation so to copy partition data into a new storage device; (Do remember to connect another new drive or storage device with PC.) Then your computer will be boot normally, but internal system error or disk may still exist in your PC. You need to follow step 3 to check and fix system boot error with EaseUS Partition Master.

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Part 3. Check and Fix Windows 10 System Internal Error and Disk and Get Rid of Reboot Loop in Windows 10 PC


Step 1: Open EaseUS Partition Master on your computer. Then locate the disk, right-click the partition you want to check, and choose "Check File System".

Check Partition - Step 1

Step 2: In the Check File System window, keep the "Try to fix errors if found" option selected and click "Start".

Check Partition - Step 2

Step 3: The software will begin checking your partition file system on your disk. When it has completed, click "Finish".

Check Partition - Step 3