“Planning Computerized Fix” Mistake in Windows 10 – Fastened

“Planning Computerized Fix” Mistake in Windows 10 – Fastened

Hey there !!
This is Tech Raj, so in this tutorial i will be showing you how to solve an error in Windows 10 i.e., the error with Computerized Fix
When your laptop creeps into this error, it seems this kind of that you are in a loop, an Computerized Fix Loop
The only way to solve this error is that you have to have to install another OS or even reinstall a new piece of Windows 10, but if you do so, all the information current in the System Travel will get lost !!
Will not stress , if you will not want that to come about, then stick to the strategy I have demonstrated you in the online video about how to back up your information in System Travel by using Command Prompt, with out opening your Windows
This should really operate for guaranteed, when you install another OS or even reinstall Windows 10, your Laptop will be back to the ordinary placement and you will be ready to accessibility all your information, and also as you have backed up your information (Consumers Folder) , your Downloads, movies, photographs, etc will not get lost !!
This online video should really possibly assistance you for the reason that it is the only way that you can fix this error on Windows 10
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  1. Goran
    Goran 3 February, 2016, 00:48

    I noticed you don't have a legitimate copy of Windows 10.´╗┐

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  2. Lugubrious Pooch
    Lugubrious Pooch 3 February, 2016, 00:48

    i tried dumping the User drive to a 32gb flash disk but after the process completed, I checked the disk and there were 0 files in it.´╗┐

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  3. hail_ bear
    hail_ bear 3 February, 2016, 00:48

    It doesn't show me the diagnosing thing or the blue screen, please help!´╗┐

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  4. MrYosef425
    MrYosef425 3 February, 2016, 00:48

    I cant Even see my mouse in the screen to move on from the repair screen 1:33 plz help´╗┐

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  5. cyanogen sid
    cyanogen sid 3 February, 2016, 00:48

    Can i backup users file to an external drive? Can anybody tell me how to do it?´╗┐

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  6. Lilownai Shangla
    Lilownai Shangla 3 February, 2016, 00:48

    sorry when i tried to type " dir". after that it showed me that " File Not Found "…´╗┐

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  7. Lilownai Shangla
    Lilownai Shangla 3 February, 2016, 00:48

    hello bro… i tried ths.. it just worked upto " Directory of C: " and when i tried to type and enter it showed me that " File Not Found".. am using window 10. it neither do startup recover nor anything else… i really need your help to overcome this´╗┐

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  8. AdrijanoCRO
    AdrijanoCRO 3 February, 2016, 00:48

    Im stuck at preparing automatic repair. and it doesnt say diagnosing ur pc.´╗┐

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  9. Ram Take
    Ram Take 3 February, 2016, 00:48

    account has disabled window´╗┐

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  10. Ram Take
    Ram Take 3 February, 2016, 00:48

    how to repair automatic,when can't start main window´╗┐

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  11. katarzyna gajzler
    katarzyna gajzler 3 February, 2016, 00:48

    Hey! I've already copied all files and turned off my computer. Next step is turn on again and press F… what? help I dont understand´╗┐

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  12. Murtaza Ibrahim
    Murtaza Ibrahim 3 February, 2016, 00:48

    Tech raj… please help…i did reset my pc and erase my files…..then it got stuck on 2 % so i restarted my pc and now if i reset my pc it says that cant reset this pc……………help asap´╗┐

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  13. Prem P
    Prem P 3 February, 2016, 00:48

    Hey Tech Raj. I'd big of an issue with an recent update with windows 10. I was doing command prompt as you mentioned but I'd got this error message, "File Creation Error-the request could not be performed because of an I/O device error".´╗┐

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  14. Regi Oliveira
    Regi Oliveira 3 February, 2016, 00:48

    como vira / pra esquerda´╗┐

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  15. Daniel Cunanan
    Daniel Cunanan 3 February, 2016, 00:48

    I have an HP PC and I couldn't find the boot menu´╗┐

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  16. Mr_Hamster Ńâä
    Mr_Hamster Ńâä 3 February, 2016, 00:48

    bad quality bad voice bad video bad like bad EVERYTHING AND TALK NORMALY´╗┐

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  17. kev mon
    kev mon 3 February, 2016, 00:48

    i dont have windows 10 as a cd

    what do i do now?´╗┐

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  18. Jonathan Soderberg
    Jonathan Soderberg 3 February, 2016, 00:48

    I have a problem similar to this, except my computer stays on "Preparing Automatic Repair", and doesn't do anything after. No diagnosis, no option to restart, just a screen saying "Preparig Automatic Repair" Maybe someone in these comments can help me?´╗┐

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  19. R3D CLAN
    R3D CLAN 3 February, 2016, 00:48

    dude need help´╗┐

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  20. Pakey Dev
    Pakey Dev 3 February, 2016, 00:48

    I have this problem for almost a week…nothing's work…finally I found this http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials/139576-startup-repair-infinite-loop-recovery.html

    It's for Windows 7, but for Windows 10, I follow it exactly step by step and it works!

    It works for my Toshiba laptop Windows 10. Windows 10 is a headache for me, cannot revert back to my Windows 7 coz it's already more than a month after that free install offered by Windows.´╗┐

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  21. Adam Smith
    Adam Smith 3 February, 2016, 00:48

    well after a couple of drops my computer just fixed itself. patience really is everything´╗┐

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  22. Richard Kapelko
    Richard Kapelko 3 February, 2016, 00:48

    legend mate ­čÖé
    I went and uninstalled my IDE driver and changed it too AMD SATA in an attempt to setup AHCI on my SSD…..whoopsy´╗┐

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  23. Sean W
    Sean W 3 February, 2016, 00:48

    I was having this same problem a few minutes ago. It was going on for the past few hours and everyone was saying that the only way to fix the problem was to reinstall Windows. I loaded by computer up in bios and change my boot settings so that the OS was the first thing that started up. After making this change, I was able to boot back into Windows 10. I am not sure if this will work for anyone else, but it worked for me.´╗┐

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