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Hope this helps you in case you haven't done the re-installation already. I bought a E-machine from best buy I also had bought the service contract 3 years to.
I tried rebooting it ,that didn't work so I packed it up and took it back to best buy Well after 3 0r 4 weeks I finally went back to the store.
It sounds good to do all the usual things but whatever update 3 was, it would nor repair, allow safe mode boot or start anything in a normal mode.
There is an unknown error and it seems Microsoft is the last to respond, as usual.
Please be as detailed as possible in your answer and if you are referencing information, please provide the link. I'm not a real Techy, but I think the best way to combat this is to start your computer in 'Safe Mode' and Restore your system to an earlier date.
If you don't know how to start in 'Safe Mode', all you have to do is start up your computer and repeatedly hit the f8 button till it gives you the option to start in 'Safe Mode'I hope this helps Go to control panel, click on security center, go to automatic updates then change your preferences to notify me but don't automatically download or install them, which you should do anyways since you don't want all the downloads....unless you just really like SP3 or IE8 lol. It will not download or update unless you tell it to and which ones to update.
But this method is only recommended if you are quiet comfortable with removing the tiny screws of your laptop and then fixing them back again as they were.
If the answer is a second no then there is a way that you could remove the bios battery and then every thing would be back in its place no need to do any reinstallation or any other things.
I'm not sure I trust them as they have told me this 8 times before. Once the computer is shut down then bring it back up in safe mode.
It is a shame there isn't a lemon law for software like there is for cars. Most computers I repair are XP, and most XP solutions work with Vista as well. Refer to your owners manual on how to do this as it is different on all systems.
As far as I know, MS has yet to release any actuall fix for this issue. This should allow you to boot normally, then you can do a manual update, choose to view available updates, and the first update listed should be the one causing the problem. If I do a 7 reinstall disk, how am I going to get it installed?
Uncheck it, then right click on it and choose to hide that update. I'm trying to get Windows 7 back, after upgrading to 10. You may want to have a technician fix it and diagnose it online.