When you run into certain issues on your system, you often tend to resolve it by simply rebooting the device. Similarly, when the device’s troubleshooting tool finds any error, it suggests you to reboot the repair drive errors. In case you are battling with restart to repair drive errors, then read on and learn how to fix it.
Restart Your Computer
Restarting the computer is one of the best solutions to repair any issue on Windows 10 operating system. So first you need to reset your operating system to fix restart to repair drive error. After restarting your computer, you need to check for improvement. If you still face this issue, then go through with other troubleshooting tips given below.
Perform SFC Scan
SFC scan can also fix several driver issues, so you can perform SFC scan to fix the issue error restart to repair driver on windows 10 operating system.
Here are the steps on how to perform an SFC scan:
- Click the Windows + Q button together on your keyboard and type “cmd” in the search field.
- Right-tap on Command Prompt in the search result and then select “Run as Administrator.”
- A new windows popup on your screen g, here you need to type “sfc/scannow” and then tap the “Enter” button on your keyboard.
- Here you have to wait until the scan and repair procedure finishes.
- Now reboot your operating system.
Here are the steps on how to run CHKDSK:
- Tap on Start, in the search tab type “Command Prompt” and right-tap on the first result to open Command Prompt and then click “Run as Administrator.’
- In the command prompt line type “CHKDSK C: /F.”
- Or you can also type “CHKDSK C: /R” in the command-line and then tap the “Enter” button on your keyboard.
- After the above process, reboot your computer and then check for improvement.
Alternatively, you can also run CHKDSK through File Explorer; here are the steps to follow:
- Tap on the “File Explorer” tab on the Windows taskbar.
- Find and tap on “This PC’ that appears on the left pane on the “File Explorer” option.
- Right-tap on the “C: drive.’
- Click “Properties” in the context menu.
- Click the “Tools” button which has a “Check” option.
- Now tap on “Check” option and then tap on scan drive to perform “CHKDSK scan.”
- Wait until the above process completes and then reboot your computer and check for improvement.
Here are the steps on how to run DISM:
- Tap windows + X key on your keyboard to open the command prompt as admin.
- In the command line, you need to type “exe /Online /Cleanup-image /Restore health” command.
- If DISM cannot find any files online, then you need to try through installing the DVD or USB. Insert media and then type the given command in the command line:
- DISM.exe /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth /Source:C:RepairSourceWindows /LimitAccess
- Now reboot your PC.
Perform System Restore Safe Mode
Here are the steps to follow:
- First, you need to shut down your computer and then turn on again.
- Move to the “Run in Safe Mode” button and then tap the “Enter” button on your keyboard.
- Open Start, type “System Restore” and then tap the “Enter” button on your keyboard.
- Now follow the on-screen command to revert to restore point.
- Now you need to wait until the process finishes.
Perform Automatic Repair
Here are the steps to follow:
- Open Windows bootable installation DVD and then restart your computer.
- Tap any button to boot from DVD or CD to continue the process.
- Here you can select your desired “preference” and then tap on the “Next” button.
- Tap on “Repair your PC” that appears on the bottom-left of your screen.
- In the “Choose the option” tab, hit “troubleshooter,” hit “Advance option” and then tap on “Automatic Repair.”
- Now you need to wait until the procedure is finished, then reboot your operating system.