After rebooting the computer, Windows will try to revert the changes it made earlier. I suggest you leave the computer to finish the task- if required leave it overnight. Can't seem to get it to give up. It rebooted about an hour ago for configuring updates and is currently stuck at 35%. Can I just not install the updates? Although not the final solution I have accepted that comment. Running win7 on a macbook pro via bootcamp. I have uninstalled internet explorer during the process have reached this stage where the screen is black and the message ' configuring Windows features 35% complete.
I can click on some things, but not launch most programs. I still run it on my primary desktop at home and have no intentions of upgrading. Well, I'm calling it a night. It rebooted about an hour ago for configuring updates and is currently stuck at 35%. How do I get by this loop? To do this, follow these steps: 1. Edit: I can start the machine in safe mode where I did nothing but backup some files. It gave me very little confidence that the updates actually got installed, or that this problem won't happen again on his computer.
If you have Windows 10 Home though, that isn't an option since you never know when they will automatically install. There could be a stuck button on the remote causing the symptom. There could be a stuck button on the remote causing the symptom. I wear a lot of hats. I restarted and it no longer tries to do a windows update, just goes to the desktop where everything seems extremely broken. 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. But sometimes, when they try to install the patch during the shutdown or startup, the installation gets stuck or freezes and cannot finish in hours.
If you still have any questions, leave us a message below. Replace the batteries and Update the firmware. This will even happen in Safe Mode. The installation software is the component that handles the installation and the removal of software updates, language packs, optional Windows features, and service packs. I am running an hp Pavilion g7-2245nr I have no idea what to do too get past this, should I just return the computer? Replace the batteries and Update the firmware. It turned out it was to do with the Software Protection service not starting, which in turn wasn't working because ipv6 wasn't enabled. So it sat like this for over 2 hrs while I was out.
I have bought a new computer about 2 monthes ago give or take and I have it set to download automatically. It rebooted about an hour ago for configuring updates and is currently stuck at 35%. Otherwise the the updates will fail and I get the following when using the windows fix it for. The only issue I had was it took a really long time for the configuration to finish. Cleaning up Do not turn off your computer Disc activity light is blinking. Upgrade the firmware in the remote.
We are running Windows Server 2008 Standard x64 as a member server in a Windows 2008 Small Business Server Domain. I got this same error twice in a row, first time I refreshed my pc, tried to install updates again only to land at same 12% mark. During reboots, it just sits at configuring updates until I kill TrustedInstaller remotely. I had it do Windows updates and it installed 12 updates. It may look like stuck but they will finally go through and make to the login screen. If you've disabled ipv6 on your network interface this might be worth looking in to. I'm currently on the advanced options screen waiting for some help on what to do.
It only responds to ping and no services are up, so I can't view the system remotely I have to hook up a monitor to see this message. That's probably the most frustrating thing -- it takes me 90 minutes each time I try something new to fix the issue. Remove the batteries from the remote. I've deleted the SoftwareDistribution folder. Doing a hard reset at that point and returning to a Last Known Good configuration has seemingly resolved the issue,. Select System restore and choose a point before the updates were downloaded.
Also, check out the post that shows you. There is a spinning circle nest to the 35% compleate so i know the screen hasn't frozen. This amazing software is designed to fix all kinds of Windows crashes and boost computer performance by a large margin. Please help me fix my computer. Push in, and massage each button ensuring it is not stuck down. At this point in time, you should experience no more problems.