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Stuck in Automatic Repair Mode

Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by mandypanda2000, Jul 23, 2017.

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  1. mandypanda2000

    mandypanda2000 Thread Starter

    Jul 23, 2017
    My HP Pavillion g6 windows 10 laptop was left on the other day while i was out , i thought i closed the lid but due to a faulty hunge it stayed open and may have overheated laying on my bed.
    Upon coming home i noticed it was still on and i just shut it down and unplugged it.

    This morning i tried booting it up and the screen comes in flashes the HP automatice repair mode loading screen then goes to a powerd on screen and flashes what look like a options box and then goes away, now i am left with a powered on screen and a cursor i can move around but nothing esle and idk what to do can someone help me please.

    No i do not own any windows disc i bought the laptop supposedly new online about a year ago and i do not have another computer jn my hoise and i use this laptio for work.
  2. Tabvla


    Apr 10, 2006
    1. Login as the Administrator
    2. Open a CMD window
    3. Run sfc /scannow (note the space between the c and the / )

    Post back the result of the scan.

  3. DavisMcCarn


    Aug 17, 2005
    1) The HP Pavillion g6 series is from 2011 to 2013 so it didn't come with Windows 10. Can you post the full model number or better yet, the P/N from the bottom of the laptop? (It almost always ends in #ABA)
    2) Because you were running Windows 10, unless it was installed by an idi*t, it has an activation for that PC which it got from a Microsoft server the first time it booted Windows 10. This means you can reinstall Windows 10 and it will automatically activate itself; you do not need to buy it. You can use the Media Creation Tool to download Windows 10 to either a USB stick (needs to be 8GB) or as an ISO file which you can burn onto a blank DVD. https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windows10
    3) What is the bigger problem is any other software you may have and your files (pictures, music, documents, etc.) so, while you probably need that bootable Windows 10 DVD or USB in order to fix your problem, don't let anybody reinstall Windows until you are sure there is nothing you need to backup!
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