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Windows update won't load.

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#1 paw51


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Posted 22 March 2015 - 04:47 PM

For over a week, when I start my laptop, it seems to start normally, then I get a screen that says "updates could not load and changes are being undone, don't turn off my computer'.  Does anyone know what is going on?  I am using Windows 8.1.


I have Panda Security, and Anti Super Spyware, both paid for.  I just got rid of Win Patrol free, although I have used it on my old laptop without problems.  I have not purchased or downloaded any other programs.


Any ideas how I can find out what is going on?

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#2 Lilly123


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Posted 22 March 2015 - 06:04 PM

I'm just offering some advice. I'm not a Computer expert, just so you know :)


I had this issue on 2 different PCs, both with Windows 8.1.

It would force me into updates, and then say that the updates were unsuccessful and that it is undoing the changes.

It stayed in a restart loop of 'undoing changes' until I went into Safe Mode (using Shift + F8) and did a System Restore.

I have now changed the settings on BOTH computers to not automatically install update. I don't need that kind of trouble! LOL

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