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PC takes much time booting up-Sabotage?


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#1 humblerthanhumble

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Posted 05 January 2013 - 10:21 PM

:clapping: Acer PC with w/7 working fine until one day it starts all "do not shut off computer, configuring windows etc." It is ok once in a while

but everytime I boot the computer I go through the same routine and, as a result,this idiotic message is cramping my style. Is this a virus?

I am clueless. PC is 2 yrs old! HELP! Thanks in advance.

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#2 CmmTch

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Posted 06 January 2013 - 03:37 PM

"do not shut off computer, configuring windows etc."


This message comes up after a Windows Update was installed, it will reboot and it continues configuring then will boot normally when the updates have completed installation.
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Posted 06 January 2013 - 04:05 PM


"do not shut off computer, configuring windows etc."


This message comes up after a Windows Update was installed, it will reboot and it continues configuring then will boot normally when the updates have completed installation.


This is correct -- your computer will automatically reboot to install the new updates and requires time to configure them. Like it says, don't shut down the computer. Just let it do what it's doing -- it's actually helping prevent issues with your computer!




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