Automatic Repair is not showing up even after multiple restarts
I am using a Dell Inspiron 15 Windows 8.1 with a Windows 10 update.
Yesterday when I got home from an amusement park I was going to get on my laptop. It was not connected to a charger and was completely shut down, by the way. I went to turn it on and here's what happened:
It did come on and acted like it was going to start up like always. But right when I noticed it was taking longer than usual to boot up, a blue screen with a sad face came up that said "Your PC ran into an error and needs to restart." with something that said "STOP CODE: NTFS FILE SYSTEM". Then it restarted on it's own over and over for like 3 hours. I finally got fed up and looked it up, and it said after a few restarts a thing called Automatic Repair would come up. I watched videos and everything but nothing works.
I've also tried to manually restart my computer with the power button a few times to get this Automatic Repair thing built-in to my laptop to come up but to no avail. I've even messed around in my Setup at start-up. I've tried looking up how to manually boot up Automatic Repair but everything says "stuck in automatic repair loop" etc etc. I'm utterly lost.
Is this a good question?