Configuring updates stage 3 of 3 0 full do not turn off the computer

Got the scren then restart the pc "Configuring updates stage 3 of 3 0 full do not turn off the computer" and does not get the login screen. Every time when restarting the pc get the same error. Also not able to login in SafeMode also.

Please provide the support for the same thing.

You probably eventually turn off manually.

Read this:

http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/tutorials/tutorial140.html

Understanding Windows Update and Extras in Windows Vista at the link above.

 

Remove the Vista updates; two ways to do this:

1. a System Restore to before the updates:

Click Start > programs > Accessories > system tools > System Restore > restore time/choose your own date > next

If you use Norton, disable it before using the system restore.

If it is impossible to enter the Normal Mode, do a Safe Mode system restore:

Press F8 at the startup/power and the list of startup options, use THE ARROW key to select Safe mode > and then press ENTER.

System restore steps according to the info above.

Also:

2. click on start > right click on computer > properties > Windows updates down the lower left corner > updates installed in the lower left corner in the next window

> then click the one that you don't want > uninstall will appear at the top > uninstall it.

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In addition, on the page where you clicked "Installed updates", click on change settings at the top left corner it

> Change update settings in the next page of AutoUpdate to "check for updates but let me choose etc" > OK ".

When you take a look at pending updates, you can either download/install them one at the time, namely the update causing you problems.

> or if you do not need an individual > right-click on > UAC prompt > hide it

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If you have problems to restart, read on:

If restore work not and you do not have a Vista DVD from Microsoft, do a repair disc to do a Startup Repair:

Download the ISO on the link provided and make a record of repair time it starts.

Go to your Bios/Setup, or the Boot Menu at startup and change the Boot order to make the DVD/CD drive 1st in the boot order, then reboot with the disk in the drive.

At the startup/power on you should see at the bottom of the screen either F2 or DELETE, go to Setup/Bios or F12 for the Boot Menu.

When you have changed that, insert the Bootable disk you did in the drive and reboot.

http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/tutorials/tutorial148.html

Link above shows what the process looks like and a manual, it load the repair options.

NeoSmart containing the content of the Windows Vista DVD 'Recovery Centre', as we refer to him. It cannot be used to install or reinstall Windows Vista, and is just a Windows PE interface to recovering your PC. Technically, we could re-create this installation with downloadable media media freely from Microsoft (namely the Microsoft WAIK, several gigabyte download); but it is pretty darn decent of Microsoft to present Windows users who might not be able to create such a thing on their own.

Read all the info on the website on how to create and use:

http://NeoSmart.net/blog/2008/Windows-Vista-recovery-disc-download/

ISO Burner: http://www.snapfiles.com/get/active-isoburner.html

It's a very good Vista startup repair disk.

You can do a system restart tool, system, etc it restore.

It is NOT a disc of resettlement.

And the 32-bit is what normally comes on a computer, unless 64-bit.

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And wonders about the updates of Windows:

You will get the best help for any problem of Update/Service Pack in the Windows Update Forum; the link below:

http://social.answers.Microsoft.com/forums/en-us/vistawu/threads

When you repost, although wanting to tell them exactly what is happening when you try to update.

In this way, you will receive the best help.

See you soon.

Mick Murphy - Microsoft partner

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