I'm the lucky winner who is stuck on the failure configuring windows update reverting changes screen. Id try repair start up in the advanced options menu. I have read all the fixes, but none addresses when the computer gets stuck in this state and cannot do anything even after I turn it off. . I can't get to the Windows Update screen from Safe Mode, and I can't run Fixit from Safe Mode. Select the date and time when you installed the updates.
The computer did have a bluetooth adapter hen it originally hung. It has been removed before this message. Hi, Your efforts to try to fix the issue is really appreciated. It's been stuck on the same screen since 8:00 yesterday I got this message. Windows 7 recognized the video card, but Windows 8 did not. Hello Sunny, You may try to follow the suggestions mentioned below to fix the issues with Windows Update.
I reinstalled the bluetooth adapter, no change. I have a desktop with Intel processor and Windows 7 Professional. The problem it's having is that it keeps saying I have windows update to install. I hit the power button to shut off then hit F8 to attempt to boot in to safe mode or run the start up troubleshooter. Important: When you use System Restore to restore the computer to a previous state, programs and updates that you installed are removed. It may look like stuck but they will finally go through and make to the login screen. So my ultimate questions is: How do I install Windows Updates on my computer???? If I start up my computer normally, it is stuck on the page as I've described above.
What can I do to get to that point that allows me to do all recommended fixes? Any help Thanks Similar help and support threads Thread Forum Hi, I desperately need help right now. It rebooted about an hour ago for configuring updates and is currently stuck at 35%. Hi all, I recently had this problem when reinstalling windows 8 from scratch windows 8 not 8. F11 but it did not work. Reboots to normal mode and it hangs.
I selected the updated in groups by their number starting with the lowest. Do not turn off your computer. Brand new Acer computer with Win 8. After rebooting the computer, Windows will try to revert the changes it made earlier. Well when it powered back on i got this message. I reinstalled windows 7 64bit the other day and was doing the 211 updates. Select Command Prompt from the System Recovery Options.
It was trying to do 172 updates and i just let it go until it finished reverting like 3 hours. My computer is stuck there for hours. Maybe leave it overnight and see if it's managed to sort itself out by morning? So, it fails on configuring updates, reverts and hangs, never booting normally. How to Run Disk Check in Windows 7 ---------------------------------------------------- For even better and more efficient checking : From the Command Prompt of the Recovery Console if you have one or from a Windows 7 disk - if you do not have a Windows 7 disk you can borrow a friend's it needs to be same 32 or 64 bit and they are not copy protected or make one. Had about 105 updates or so that were installing at the same time.
I clicked on that, they downloaded without a hitch, I was instructed to restart the system, which I did, and the system booted the next time without any difficulty. Restart your computer and start pressing the F8 key on your keyboard. First, it was stuck at 100% complete for over an hour. I have 3 monitors connected to the computer. I'd suggest working through the suggested solutions in this thread starting with the least aggressive just leave it overnight and see to the most aggressive solution completely reinstall Windows Good luck with this annoying problem. I have tried everything I have found on the internet in the past 2months. The solution for this is refresh you pc by holding the F8 key while turn the pc on.
Inside Windows - Regular or Safe Mode repeatedly tap F8 as you boot. On a computer that is configured for booting to multiple operating systems, you can press the F8 key when the Boot Menu appears. I turned the computer off via the switch. To get to the advanced options menu hit F11 repeatedly upon start up of your computer. Then just sat there, no hd activity, for an hour or so. Then I upgraded to Windows 8. I have read all the fixes, but none addresses when the computer gets stuck in this state and cannot do anything even after I turn it off.
I installed win7 x86 onto my another machine newly. I cannot do a thing. If I can get back to my desktop I would do like 15 updates at a time instead of all 211. Found a solution: Go into control panel, system and security, windows update, change settings to manually update. Also you can make a repair disk on another computer. You have to wait that long.