If Window 11 Stuck in Reboot Loop! How to Fix it?

Some, users face the issue Window 11 Stuck in Reboot Loop. To resolve this issue, you should uninstalling recent Window update and updating drivers. In this blog, you will read the method to fix if Window 11 Stuck in Reboot Loop. For more info, navigate to www.office.com/setup.  

Method To Fix If Window 11 Stuck in Reboot Loop:

1. Remove External Peripherals:

Sometimes, an external peripheral like the printer, speakers or microphones which results in the reboot loop error in Windows 11. If you find the connected peripheral is incompatible, then it stops the OS from loading. To fix this issue, you should remove all the peripherals and just connect the ones which are necessary for your system. At last, you should check if the reboot loop error in Windows 11 is solved or not. If you find the problem persists, then try the next solution to fix this issue.

2. Uninstall Recent Windows Updates:

First of all, you should press Windows + I key to launch the Settings app. After this, you should choose Windows Update from the tab which is listed in the navigation pane located on the left side. Now, you should hit on Update History. Then under Related settings, you should tap on Uninstall updates. Here, you should choose the recent Windows update and then tap on Uninstall option in order to remove it. At last, you should tap on Yes option on the confirmation box which pops up on your screen.

3. Update Windows 11:

The customer should press Windows + I key at the same time in order to launch the Settings app. After this, you should choose Windows Update from the tabs which are listed in the navigation pane located on the left. Now, you should tap on Check for updates in order to look for newer versions of the OS. If you find it is available, then you should install it.

4. Delete Files in Software Distribution Folder:

For this, you should press Windows + S key together to launch the Search menu. After this, you should enter Windows Terminal in the text field which is located at the top and then right-tap on the search result and then choose Run as administrator from the context menu. Here, you should tap on Yes option on the UAC prompt which displays on your screen. Now, you should tap on the downward arrow which is located at the top and then choose Command Prompt from the list of options in order to launch it in a new tab. Or, the user can tap on Ctrl + Shift + 2 altogether in order to launch the Command Prompt tab. At this point, you should type/paste the command and then tap on Enter: net stop wuauserv

Then, you should type/paste the command and then tap on Enter key to run it: net stop bits

When you disable the two services, you should press Windows + R key altogether in order to launch the Run command. After this, you should enter the address in the text field and then tap on OK:C:\Windows\SoftwareDistribution

Next, you should press Ctrl + A key at the same time to select all the files and then tap on the Del key in order to delete them. Now, you should select the response if a confirmation box which pops up. At the end, restart the computer system and then check if the reboot loop error is resolved or not.

For help related to Window 11, visit to the site of Microsoft via office.com/setup.