Computer gets stuck updating
It sounds good to do all the usual things but whatever update 3 was, it would nor repair, allow safe mode boot or start anything in a normal mode.
There is an unknown error and it seems Microsoft is the last to respond, as usual.
I've tried to restart my computer, but as soon as I log in the computer, it cycles back to the update that never installs. message ID=3151645#3151645 Endless update cycle --Submitted by john.ford1
Is there a way I can bypass this and restore my computer? message ID=3151730#3151730 A few settings need to change... message ID=3152426#3152426If you have any additional advice or suggestions for Susannah, please click on the reply link and post your answer.
Just insert your Vista disk, press any key to boot from CD when prompted, and follow the dialogue to start a System Repair. See: would be helpful to know what update is causing the problem.
They tell me this one is the real thing and will solve all my problems. Shutdown your computer the hard way, press and hold the power button for four seconds.
If you're like me and you've been perpetually putting off backing up your machine, you don't have any restore points to fall back on.
So you're probably going to be stuck doing a System Repair.
As far as I know, MS has yet to release any actuall fix for this issue. This should allow you to boot normally, then you can do a manual update, choose to view available updates, and the first update listed should be the one causing the problem. If I do a 7 reinstall disk, how am I going to get it installed?
Uncheck it, then right click on it and choose to hide that update. I'm trying to get Windows 7 back, after upgrading to 10. You may want to have a technician fix it and diagnose it online.
Hope this helps you in case you haven't done the re-installation already. I bought a E-machine from best buy I also had bought the service contract 3 years to.