Many users got the problem that just after upgrading to Windows 10 and after logging into the computer they are greeted with a Blue Screen of Death, then the computer needs to restart and it restarts and restarts again. Some users also can experience Blue Screen of Death Error during installation, read here about it.
The computer is stuck in a rebooting loop, no any more blue screen or auto recovery mode. Window 10 reboot loop is destroying users who don’t understand the cause and why did they even try to upgrade.
Don’t worry there buddy, we will help you to solve this problem.
What Causes This Reboot Loop
The third update of Windows 10 is causing Windows 10 computer to crash over and over again. The KB3081424 of Windows 10 update which fails during the update and shoes the message: “We couldn’t complete the updates, undoing the changes.” Theoretically this will have to undo, and to restart the Windows. But the idea is that when you log again Windows 10 is trying to install the KB3081424 again, so it gets again the same error and it is stuck in an endless reboot loops.
How to Fix Endless Reboot Loop in Windows 10
Microsoft has already took care of the problem. They released an updated fix for this “reboot loop glitch” issue. You have just to run a check for updates from Windows Update.
From the start menu type “Settings” then open Settings > Update & security > Windows Update, and select “Check for updates”. All updates database will be renewed and an additional update will be downloaded and installed to your Windows 10 computer which will fix the endless reboot loop.
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Another solution is to get rid of bad registry entry from the Registry
You can manually get rid of the Windows 10 loop glitch by removing the KB3081424 from the Registry as quickly as you can.
Step 1. In the start menu type “regedit” and hit enter.
Step 2. In the window that opens navigate to: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\ProfileList
Step 3. You can backup your registry key as what you’re about to do is risky. Highlight the ProfileList amd click File then Export, save it by giving it a backup name.
Step 4. Scan through the ProfileList IDs and delete any with ProfileImagePath found in it as it shouldn’t be there
Step 5. Close regedit, reboot and next time KB3081424 should install properly.
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