How to Fix Automatic Restarts in Windows

Different Windows are programmed in a different manner upon error occurrence. Usually Windows restart to bypass or resolve particular error. These errors may arise due to registry errors in Windows. There are several more reasons. In this article, we will discuss how to fix automatic restarts in Windows XP and Windows 7.

Prior to proceeding this piece for the solution, let be advised to first Scan and Fix your system’s concealed disorders which most probably is eliciting the inconsistencies:

Fix Automatic Restart in Windows Xp

Windows XP by default restart itself upon major error like Blue Screen of Death. It happens too quick that user can’t even see error. You can disable this feature. Disabling this feature will not take more than 10 minutes and it’s easy to perform.

How – you can disable automatic restart in following way.

  1. Go to Start Menu
  2. Choose setting and then control panel
  3. In this windows, find System
    1. If you would not find system, then click on the left hand side of Control Panel Window ‘Switch to Classic View’
    2. In System Properties Window, choose Advanced tab
    3. Find ‘Startup and Recovery’ and choose ‘Settings’
    4. Find and uncheck ‘Automatically restart’ in ‘Startup and Recovery’ Window
    5. Click OK on ‘Startup and Recovery’ and ‘ System Properties’

From now onwards, PC will not automatically restarts whenever a major error occur or system halts. You can fix this restart in Windows 7 as well.

Fix Automatic Restart in Windows 7

Just like other OS, Windows 7 is configured to restart immediately upon errors like BSOD (Blue Screen Of Death). It happens in such a quick way that you can’t see error message. You can disable automatic restart system failure.

How – To disable Automatic Restart, follow these steps

  1. Go to Start Menu
  2. Type System in search bar
  3. Choose System under control panel
  4. In the task pan on left, click Advanced system settings
  5. Find Startup and Recovery Option
  6. Uncheck Automatically restart
  7. Click ok on Startup Recovery and System Properties
  8. Close System Windows

Your system will not restart when a major error arise. Windows 7 will not attempt to reboot but you can do it manually at your own.

Note: Above tips, are for Windows XP and Windows 7, if you have version other than these operating system, search on internet on ‘how to disable automatic restart’.

If you are unable to start computer due to any severe error like ‘Blue Screen of Death’, in that case, you cannot disable automatic restart.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Post Navigation