How To Fix Restart Loop Windows 11

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Although Windows 11 is a sleek and contemporary operating system, it occasionally has problems, just like its predecessors. One such aggravating issue is the dreaded restart loop, in which your computer restarts frequently but is unable to enter the desktop. Don't worry if you become stuck in this cycle. In this blog post, we'll walk you through four efficient fixes for the restart loop in Windows 11 so you can restart your computer.

Start in safe mode 

  1. Wait for the Windows logo to show after restarting your computer.
  2. While selecting "Restart" from the power option in the bottom right corner of the login screen, hold down the Shift key on your keyboard.
  3. In advanced startup mode, your computer will now restart. Choose "Troubleshoot" followed by "Advanced Options" and then "Startup Settings."
  4. If necessary, select "Safe Mode with Networking" or "Enable Safe Mode" when you click "Restart" once more.

You may be able to avoid the problem that's causing the restart cycle and access your system to do additional troubleshooting by starting your computer in Safe Mode.

Check for Pending Updates

  • To enter the Settings app, press the Windows key plus I.
  • "Windows Update" can be found in the left-hand menu.
  • Choose "Check for updates" to ask Windows to look for any available updates.
  • When updates are discovered, click "Install" and wait for them to finish.
  • Restart your computer when the updates are installed to see if the restart loop has been fixed.

Windows updates frequently resolve system-related problems, including restart loop-causing ones.

Utilize System Restore 

  1. Enter "Create a restore point" in the Windows search box, then select the matching result.
  2. Click the "System Restore" button in the System Properties window.
  3. Click "Next" and pick a restoration point that came before the restart loop problem appeared. Skip to Method 4 if there aren't any restore points available.
  4. To start the system restore procedure, adhere to the on-screen directions.
  5. Your computer will restart after it is finished, hopefully ending the restart loop.

You can use System Restore to return your computer to a prior state and possibly undo any changes that might have caused the restart cycle.

Carry out a startup repair

Put a USB or DVD with Windows 11 installation media into your machine.

Start your computer up again and use the installation media.

Select your preferred language on the setup screen, then click "Next."

The "Repair your computer" link can be found in the bottom left corner.

Choose "Troubleshoot" followed by "Advanced Options" and then "Startup Repair."

As you follow the on-screen prompts, Windows will try to fix the startup problem.

Restart your computer after the repair procedure is finished to see if the restart loop has been resolved.

The purpose of Startup Repair is to automatically identify and fix problems that stop Windows from booting properly.


It can be very unpleasant to deal with a restart loop on Windows 11, but using the techniques described in this blog post, you can solve the issue successfully. To restore your system to a stable state, keep in mind to try starting in Safe Mode, check for outstanding updates, utilize System Restore, or run a Startup Repair. You may fix the restart loop issue and take advantage of Windows 11's seamless experience by adhering to these step-by-step instructions.

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