computer is stuck in a loop saying updates are not configured correctly. Coming back from changes, do not tun off your computer

I tried to update in safe mode but can not even in safe mode. I don't have a hot spare provided with your computer.

Hello

What day did you tried to install? You may be able to see once you are on the desktop.

Step 1: You can try using the know last good configuration option and check.

Step 2: Try the methods of troubleshooting provided in the article.

The update is not installed successfully, you receive a message, and the computer restarts when you try to install an update in Windows Vista and Windows 7

http://support.Microsoft.com/kb/949358

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