After restarting to start the upgrade to Windows 10 (from Windows 8.1), it's been stuck at 38% in the Configuring updates for windows 10 screen for about 3 hours now, and I'm not sure what to do. Is a reboot safe?
I've tried installing a few times, and every time it gets to 75% with 1% in configuring settings. It'll stay like that for hours, so I've forced shutdown and restarted. It reverts to Win8.1, and in Windows Update it says there was an important update that didn't complete, error code: "WindowsUpdate_C1900101 OR WindowsUpdate_dt000". It starts downloading Windows 10 and we go around again.
I am upgrading from Win 7 64 bit to Window 10 via the upgrade notification in system tray. It has been sitting on 92 % (configuring settings 69%) for about an hour. Is this normal? Or is it stuck? And if its stuck, what do I do. Can I reverse this upgrade back to Windows 7?
Was installing Win 10 last night. Since it was late she went to bed letting it run. This morning it was @ "configuring update for Win 10, 55% complete, do not turn off computer". I hasn't moved off 55%. I'm not sure what to do.
I am having problems installing Windows 10 updates...... again.
This update is dated 29.10.2015 and consists of 2 updates.
KB 3105210 states "waiting for download" and KB 3106932 states "waiting for installation" It has been stuck on this for several hours and my attempts to use the repair tools have failed to resolve the problem.
So far no real issue's to report running Windows 10 I really love it but here is my issue. Windows update has been stuck at 45% for the last 3 hour's and usually my updates go pretty quick. I've tried rebooting my system to see if the updates will finish installing but then it goes right back to 45% and stay's there.
the update fails to proceed beyond 58% and this has been going on for the last 1 week. The update seems to be Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 1511 for x64-based Systems (KB3124262). Is their a way to get past this, that is resume the download or just restart the whole thing from zero.
I have repeatedly tried to get my folders on the disk drive to agree with User Accounts setup in Control Panel.I deleted "owner" and created a Test on the disk with the owners name, "CAG".The "test" file has the correct name on it but User Accounts still has "test" while Control panel has "CAG".How can I get them to be the same?
Wow yet another problem that has hit me since my conversion to windows 10, this morning before i left for work booted up my pc and it got as far "configuring window do not switch off computer" I sat there wathcing it get to 100% and it rebooted itself only to repeat message and all I now get is a boot loop to this message and nothing else.
Getting into the repair window is a task in its own having to switch off pc while windows loading a few times before it get to the repair bit as I have tried all the F4,5,6,7,8 route and nothing and not wanting to have to go into bios everytime to change boot sequence find switcing off pc is best.
Now that windows install all updates and one has no say on the matter looks lik this is going to be a problem becasue if you get a bad update what do you do because updates dont ask you it downloads to pc without your permission but getting back to my problem how to prevent this from happening again because I am tired of having to restore the pc to a previous restore point.
I began an update for windows 10 and it has been stuck at 59% for hours is that normal or is it frozen and if it is frozen is turning my computer off and back on going to damage it? What should I do. This is on a brand new computer .
My issue here is that windows update is stuck at 0% and not downloading anything.
No updates are installed yet, none. I have tried going through a long process of deleting SowftwareDistribution folder and I have used windows updatediagnostics. Nothing works. In addition to that every time at boot and before shutting down it displays "Getting Windows ready. Don't turn off your computer" for a short period.
Windows 10 is set to automatic updates. It was trying to get the Windows Defender Update KB2267602 for two days but the message was always "waiting for server". This has now disappeared from the update screen and does not appear on the installed updates. Is this a problem?
I've been trying to update my windows 8.1 to Windows 10 for at least 10 times now and it always stuck at around 60% It reboots itself a few times and it always comes back to the circle screen with the % progress but getting around 60% it reboots and it gets stuck there... black screen, no cursor, no sound.
I've tried to plug it into a secondary screen thru hdmi but nothings happens; also I've uninstalled my antivirus since I've read it might be the problem but it didn't work..
I've got a Dell Inspiron 7537 Windows 8.1 x64 Intel Core i7, 8gb ram, Intel HD Graphics 2gb + Nvidia Geforce
so i installed windows 10 this morning and it went through the steps and got to a point in the install that says "Hi there, welcome back!" with a "next" button in the bottom right of the screen. When i click it nothing happens. If i click on the screen after about a minute it goes lighter blue and then reboots back to the very same screen.
My installation is stuck in a reset loop. The Win 10 Ready to Install came up, so I clicked Start and it rebooted, back to the login screen, and then Windows Update came up saying it needed to Restart Now. After a couple of minutes the Win 10 Ready screen comes up again. I've rebooted about 20 times and get to the same point every time.