8 Solutions to Fix Your PC Did Not Start Correctly in Windows 10 from gary's blog


Have you ever encountered a problem where your Windows PC does not start properly after booting it? It may happened after a sudden power failure or upgrading your PC to a newer version. How to fix it and How to recover data from an unbootable computer efficiently and safely. You could find solutions in this article.

Sometimes, your Windows 10 doesn't start the way it should after booting, and you will receive a “Automatic Repair, Your PC did not start correctly." error. There are a number of reasons that can cause "your PC did not start correctly", these troubleshooting steps may help you resolve the issue.
Solutions to Fix Your PC Did Not Start Correctly
Solution 1: Restart your PC
The first recommendation is to restart your PC and see if it helps. But sometimes, this problem may persist even after multiple reboots.
Solution 2: Safe Mode/Startup Repair
Safe Mode is a troubleshooting option for Windows that starts your PC in a limited state. Follow these steps:
Go to the “Start Menu” and type “Update and recovery”, Click on “Update and Recovery” and go to “Recovery”, Under “Advanced startup”, click “Restart” now.pc did not start correctly windows 10
In case you’re unable to login to your PC or if it’s stuck on the lock screen follow these steps:
Click on the power button while holding the Shift > click “Restart”, then click “Troubleshoot” on the Choose an option screen, Click on “Startup Settings” > “Restart”. Choose the “Safe Mode”. Then Your PC should be in “Safe Mode” now. You must run “Startup Repair” from Advance boot option:
Press and hold Shift then click on “Restart”, Click on “Troubleshoot” > “Advanced Options”, then click on “Startup Repair” to repair your windows 10.
Solution 3: Run System File Checker
The sfc/scannow command acts as a troubleshooter for various system-related issues, and might be useful in this case, as well. If you don’t know how to run the sfc/scannow command, follow these instructions:
1.  Go to Search, type cmd, right-click Command Prompt, and select Run as administrator
2.  Enter the following command, and press Enter: sfc/scannow
3.  Wait for the process to finish
Solution 4: Disable antivirus
There are some reports that suggest your antivirus is causing the problem. That’s actually a common thing in Windows 10, as the system is known for interfering with third-party antivirus software. Although Windows 10-antivirus interference mainly affects updates and the way they’re installed, there could be a system error here and there. So, try with pausing your antivirus protection for some time.
Solution 5: Restore system
There’s a chance some unwanted changes have been made on your computer. For that situation, there’s no better option than System restore! If you need to rewind your system to a previous working version, system restore is the most logical solution. If you have a proper restore point it won’t take too much time to perform a time-traveling procedure in Windows 10.
If you’re not sure how to perform System Restore in Windows, follow these steps:
1. Right-click the Start menu and open Control Panel.
2. In the Category view, open System and Security.
3. Click File History and then open Recovery from the bottom left.
4. Click on Open System Restore.
5. Click Next until you can see the list of the available Restore Points.
6. Confirm selection and start with the restoring procedure.pc did not start correctly windows 10

Solution 6: Delete updates
If this error occurred after the latest update, there’s a good chance you’ll need to uninstall it, and revert to the previous working version of the system. Here’s what you need to do to restore system updates:
1. Go to Settings > Updates & Security > Windows Update
2. Go to Update history > Uninstall updates
3. Now, find the latest update installed on your computer (you can sort updates by date), right-click it, and go to Uninstall, then restart your computer
Solution 7: Rebuild BCD 
As we know, you will encounter the automatic repair your PC did not start correctly error message in Windows 10/8/7 once the Boot Configuration Data is corrupted. Now, please try rebuilding the Windows’s BCD and checking again.
1.  Insert the Windows bootable drive and boot from it
2.  Click Repair your computer >Troubleshoot >Command Prompt.
3.  Type bootrec /fixmbrand press Enter.
4.  Type bootrec /fixbootand press Enter.
5.  Type bootrec /rebuildbcdand press Enter.
6.  Type exitand press Enter.
7.   Finally, restart your PC.
Solution 8: Reset Your PC
If your PC did not start correctly and the issue still exists after trying the above 7 solutions, you might have to try performing a Reset or Refresh to troubleshoot the issue.  pc did not start correctly windows 10
In Windows Boot Options menu, choose Troubleshoot. Choose Rest your PC, or Refresh your PC.
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