My computer is stuck in "configuration updates: stage 3 of 3 0% complete.". Do not turn off your computer. It restarts just over and over again with the same message.

I have a Dell Inspiron 1525 with Windows Vista, and I have tried the following to fix my endless reboot with the "Configuring updates: stage 3 of 3 0% complete.".  Do not turn off your computer. »

  • I inserted the cd 'Réinstallation DVD Windows Vista', but it won't pop up any kind of prompt for me to do something with it.  I tried putting the cd in what was on the computer and tried leaving him in and restart it - but the cd has no EFFECT.
  • I used the F8 key and I tried the following with no luck: safe mode, safe mode with network, safe mode w / command prompt, enable logging, last known good configuration (Advanced) boot and debug mode.  Most of these options make the monitor off (to make you think he will do something), then it just restarts and did the thing reboot loop again and again.
  • I also tried the repair your computer option to the F8 key.  He asks me to log in as an administrator (but my password does not work).  So, I use the menu drop down and choose the name of my computer and then use my password, and I can connect to "restoration of access options '.  Once I'm in the "System Recovery Options".  I tried the following with no luck: Startup Repair tool, restore the system, Windows complete PC Restore, Windows Memory Diagnostic tool and command prompt.  THE only ONE that I HAVE NOT YET TRIED it IS THE "DELL FACTORY IMAGE RESTORE", it's because I want to try to fix it without losing everything on my hard drive.  Here are the details of the I've tried in the "System Recovery Options".
  • The command prompt says: 32 X:\Windows\system > (I have no idea how to use it, but it's what he says)
  • The memory diagnostic tool reboots the computer, but nothing new happening (just reboot over and over again)
  • In the PC restore full Windows: I tried to put the Windows Vista CD in, but it can not find a valid backup location
  • When I click on the system restore: it is said: "no restore points were created on your computer's system disk.  To create a restore open system protection point.  When I click on the system protection, it is said: "your computer is running in a limited diagnostic State.  If you use the system restore in this limited State, you can't undo the restore operation.  Help topics are not available in this State. "  So I press OK, and I'm back to square one.
  • When I click on startup repair: it says "Startup Repair could not detect a problem.
  • I know there are many many posts on this problem, and I think I've tried all the suggestions on how to solve the problem, but they do not work for me.
  • PLEASE HELP ME!  I need my computer for my college work.  I can't borrow laptop my friend forever!

Hello

I guess that part of the question could be a driver which is really old or similar should not be loaded.

This exit Windows updates on (after you have access) and stop the updates of the driver to load.

How to disable automatic driver Installation in Windows Vista - drivers
http://www.AddictiveTips.com/Windows-Tips/how-to-disable-automatic-driver-installation-in-Windows-Vista/
http://TechNet.Microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc730606 (WS.10) .aspx

---------------------------------------------------

You can use the solutions in this KB - 3 methods and I listed a little help for them below

The update is not installed successfully, you receive a message, and the computer restarts when you try to
install an update in Windows Vista
http://support.Microsoft.com/kb/949358

Method 1: Start Windows Vista with the Windows installation media and use the repair feature

How to do a startup repair in Vista
http://www.Vistax64.com/tutorials/91467-startup-repair.html

You can also do a safe mode startup repair to access the Recovery Options If you have them available
or use the DVD as described above.

This tells you how to access the System Recovery Options
http://windowshelp.Microsoft.com/Windows/en-us/help/326b756b-1601-435e-99D0-1585439470351033.mspx

Try recovery options Startup Repair

How to do a startup repair
http://www.Vistax64.com/tutorials/91467-startup-repair.html

Method 2: Start the system in safe mode and then use the system restore feature

How to make a Vista system restore
http://www.Vistax64.com/tutorials/76905-System-Restore-how.html

You can also do a restore of the system of starting with a Vista disk.

Method 3: Rename the Pending.xml file, and then change the registry (this method is part of the advanced troubleshooting)

See article below for that.

You can use this method on the updates that have this problem.
http://support.Microsoft.com/kb/949358

Hide the update (click right - HIDE in the updates of Windows) and go to the Microsoft Download Center to download
and install it.

Microsoft Download Center
http://www.Microsoft.com/downloads/en/default.aspx

------------------------------------------------------

Once you are in Windows I was running once again reset here as a precaution.

How to reset the Windows Update components?
http://support.Microsoft.com/kb/971058

Hope this helps sort it out for you.
Rob - bicycle - Mark Twain said it is good.

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