I have an oldish laptop (Gateway NV59, from 2010, 8GB, upgraded to ssd) with Windows 10. The computer crashes fairly often for cooling reasons, which of course is not good, but please bear with me.
When booting after a crash, every single time the screen flashes and the system reboots into repair mode; no option for automatic repair is given. What I usually do is to shutdown the laptop, and boot it again, now with a Windows 10 install usb drive connected. Windows then boots normally, with a few seconds in a bluish screen, and goes to the login screen. The computer then works normally until the next crash.
While I understand that the laptop is not in top condition, I would like to be able to boot it without using the usb installation disk. Is there anything I can do to achieve this?