Pavilion g7: stick of laptop screen of Windows updates

My laptop is stuck on the screen 'failure configuration of Windows, restoration updates of changes, do not turn off your computer. It's been going on for days. I need what is on the computer. I tried restarting and pressing the F8 key and it does nothing. How to stop? Help, please!

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Hello

Well that isn't ideal, you might try running windows system restore to return the machine to a point in time before that this problem has occurred - you can try this as follows.

Stop of the laptop and leave it like that for 10 seconds.

Tap here to f11 as soon as you press the power button until you see a message "Windows is loading.

On the next screen, select your Keyboard Layout and on the next screen, select Troubleshooting.

Select 'Advanced Options', and then select System Restore.

Click on yourcurrent system O and then wait as the system restore window opens.

Choose a restore point at least 24 hours before that updates at the origin of this problem have first were applied and then proceed to the system restore.

Kind regards

DP - K

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