File was too big to upload looks like so I pasted some of the text below instead this time. In an attempt to repair an old Dell Inspiron laptop that was previously repaired sent to a repairman and clean installed , I am stuck at this issue. So after re-imaging our test computer and leaving it for a few days the problem recurred. Factory restores have the benefit of recovering the system to the intended launch-point, with all required drivers loaded. I am running a Dell OptiPlex 745 with windows 7 pro 64bit. It happens on most of our 80 public computers.
Step 2 — Creating System Restore Point Optional The first thing you want to do is create a system restore point for just for safety before making any changes to the system. Manually choose the first 5 and then install the one that seems to fail or hang by itself. The slave drive option is the only way to access that data in it's current state, besides that the files are essentially lost. You'll not even experience Win7 native performance until you do what most tech enthusiasts do and Everything needed is in the blue link to get and keep a perfect install. Restart Windows and run sfc again.
Thanks for your understanding and efforts. I had this problem a while ago and the worst thing you can do is get impatient and turn off your computer. Hopefully the problem stays buried this time as it's getting old really fast. Get rid of all computers identified in step 1. You also need to stop Background Intelligent Transfer Service the same way you stopped windows update service. Afterwards, click on Fix problems with Windows Update under System and Security section. It may take half an hour to several hours.
How to solve all problems with windoze: 1. If you're able to get 2 to run without error, then just skip the 3 step entirely. The Windows Update Troubleshooter fixed two issues, but they were different ones than on the other computer. I try several things, Safe Mode with Command Prompt, Safe Mode, Safe Mode with Networking. This can cause unexpected behavior. Told it to install the updates and then rebooted when it asked to. Eventually, it does start to come up in Safe Mode.
I followed all kinds of procedures on even more forums but no solution. Step 4 — Deleting Windows Update Cache At this point we are gonna delete windows update cache which may resolve the problem. Thus the changes are kept. Today the Deep Freeze logs showed Windows Updates running as normal. Do not tune off computer. This can be beneficial to other community members reading the thread. Any who if you have access to another computer with the encryption software you can hook the drive up to that computer and scan and decrypt the drive This may not be the correct version, but I'd image the same procedure is available.
It is in the nightly Windows Update task scheduled with Deep Freeze where I noticed the problem. Susana Oliveira Hi Susana, If you're getting this message while trying to install a whole bunch of updates at the same time, you might be able to get them to successfully install by only installing a few updates at a time. Now give the restore point a name then click on Create. If you still have trouble getting 2 to run from the Recovery Console, then try running the below command when logged onto Windows normally from the command prompt run as administrator. It might seem likely that reinstalling Windows, and then these same exact Windows updates, will cause the same problem, but that isn't usually what happens.
If the updates are working now our software should be able to get them going as well now. Maybe that's what I did wrong? I shared it on the next link: thanks a lot people for any help! Then continue installing them in small groups of maybe ten at a time and if it seems to hang on one, again install it by itself. The question is - what do we do now short of just turning anti-virus off? Please think before you write this nonsense ok? I had been doing some cleaning and updating of drivers and software, windows updates were not included in this, and everything was fine, until one of my. Thanks in advance for your answers. A window will appear and in there Click on Advance and click on Run as Administrator.
So, I reboot by pc one day and after the updates install. Then I tried to update Windows rollup update and it fail after rebooting the system. I would after you get this straightened out, use Clonezilla download Tuxboot from Tuxboot. Upon checking W7 updates, I saw that there was a 69Mb update for Service pack 1. Hi, As this thread has been quiet for a while, I assume the issue has been resolved. Apply this method if you are scared to do a force restart and have enough patience. I tried to switch it off and did it again, only to get the same message.