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Hanging at configuring 100% complete


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#1 anonymous1975

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Posted 12 September 2016 - 08:03 AM

I thought u had resolved the issues I was having where I could not reboot my laptop but eventually sys restore worked. But now after installing updates it hangs on configuring window's features 100% complete Don't turn off your computer. This hung for nearly two hours so I have switched off and tried again and the issue remains. So I have tried shift and F10 to try and get into the settings again and now it just keeps going to the same screen with the same message. I cant even get into change the boot settings or command prompt now or even restore back to factory settings (which I would rather not do as I haven't saved my docs yet) if anyone can help I would really appreciate it.



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#2 thedarkness

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Posted 12 September 2016 - 07:32 PM

Some users have had issues with windows 7 and 8 also taking over 8 hours to update. I would leave it running overnight at least once if it's always managing to reach 100 percent, to see if that makes a difference. All you want is to just to gain access to windows once more, save all personal files and then reset or install windows fresh.






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