Automatic repair screen, how to avoid it?

Jimmy Kruger 0 Reputation points


We are facing an issue that has been occurring frequently for a few months now. Many of the company's computers enter the automatic repair screen, all machines use Windows 10 Pro 22H2, even when running all the updates the problem has already occurred, in some cases we are able to restore it, but in others it is necessary to reinstall the system. Is there a specific current KB that causes the problem?

We need a solution to prevent automatic repair from occurring and understand why it is occurring.

Thanks in advance.

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  1. Reza-Ameri 16,841 Reputation points

    To start troubleshooting the problem, look into logs in the Event Viewer and also other Windows logs, have a look at:

    Just to test try install all updates for the few devices Windows and drivers and see if the problem reproduces.

    In general you need to check log files to find out what causing this issue.

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