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Command To Disable Automatic Repair On Windows 10

Client PC will start the Automatic Repair on boot, fails and then restarts and does it again.

From this link describes how to stop the automatic repair. Basically you need to a elevated command prompt and type the following:

bcdedit /set {default} recoveryenabled No

Reboot and then it might give you a blue screen of death but with info that might narrow it down to what the cause of it is. In my case after running ADWCleaner it started the auto repair. Stopped the auto repair and the screen pointed to a corrupt or missing AVG file.

Found out how to remove it and started up OK.

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