I have found that on several instances a brand new out of the box computer with Windows 10 has Webroot installed and on reboot it goes to Automotic Repair - Automatic repair failed and you have to reset the PC.
Is there a fix for this or is anyone aware?
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We have received a few similar reports and are looking into it. Please Submit a Support Ticket.
What I can tell if you want to install the likes of Linux on a system then it is a necessity but other than that it is a toss up as to whether it helps or not.
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After it has issues booting up we need to get the dump from the computer.
Can you please do what ? suggested and turn off safe boot and try to get that log?
Please let me know if you are able to get this log.
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When you release a fix to this problem, I hope you'll let me know!
Would you mind submitting a Trouble Ticket please? Webroot Support IS aware of the issue and working on it, but it IS a overall pretty rare occurrence. In order to help them fix it faster, please file a Trouble Ticket.
To be honest I do not know. I do know WSA runs very low in the system, but I do not know exactly when it starts. Hopefully someone will give us the answer on that.