Sometimes we face the common problem of restarting the loop on our computer. When you start your computer, a message saying “Preparing Automatic Repair” or “Automatic Repair couldn’t repair your PC”? You are at the right pace if you also face the issue with your Acer laptop. In this article, we will be talking about how to fix an Acer by preparing an automatic repair restart loop.
How To Fix A Acer Preparing Automatic Repair Restart Loop?
Step 1: Restart your computer
To completely shut down your computer, press the “Power” button. When you shut down the computer, the screen will go completely black, and the fans will stop running. The USB flash drive, external hard drive, earbuds, etc., should all be unplugged. Removing the power cable or adapter from your computer is also a good idea. Remove your laptop from the battery compartment if it has a detachable battery.
Press the Power button until the boot screen appears to start your computer. It will help you to solve the “Preparing automatic repair” screen problem. If not, then try the following method.
Step 2: Check your ram
This blue screen error can be a hardware or software issue, so first, you should check your ram. To determine if your RAM is the primary cause of the problem, it is necessary to check it. Turn off your computer and remove all sorts of power sources. The next step is to unscrew the back part of your laptop to remove the ram stick.
If you want to find your RAM:
- Look for an easy-access panel on the bottom of your computer. You can also take help from the internet to know how exactly you should disassemble your laptop.
- Take one stick out at a time and try turning on your Acer laptop.
- If the blue screen error persists even after removing one stick of RAM, try the other one and see whether it works. If this fixes your issue, you must change one ram stick.
Ram is like a headlight on a car. If you remove both ram sticks and still have the problem, you must try to fix the software.
Fixing the software
If a PC is stuck in an automated repair cycle, resetting Windows may be the only option. Restart your Acer laptop, and you should go to keep tapping on F9 until we enter the recovery manager. In the process, you may lose your data, but it will help you to solve your restart lop issue.
You can enter the Windows Recovery Environment (WinRE) if the boot screen is visible. From the Choose an option screen, navigate to Troubleshoot and select Reset this PC from the Troubleshoot menu.
You can reset or refresh Windows by selecting one of the available options on the screen. As soon as the process is complete, you should be able to boot into your system without experiencing the loop.
Hopefully, now you know how to fix an Acer is preparing an automatic repair restart loop. You should follow the steps one by one to eliminate the problem. Your hard drive may die if you still face the same problem after applying the troubleshooting methods. In that case, you should go to the Asus customer care repair shop to solve your problems.