Try to update, but that out of failure configuring Windows updates. Restoration of the changes. Do not turn off your computer.

my laptop is s200e asus PC with the built in language unique window 8.

My problem is when I wan upgrade to 8.1 of the shop window, it say I need to update the update of the window.

but the problem occurs when I updated, and then "failure of Windows updates. Restoration of the changes. Do not turn off your computer. »

but the return is seem endless, coz I wait for a whole day... .but it will be not just finish.

I can do nothing but reset it back to the factory.

I can't update 8.1 store window without updating the window.

You do not add features to upgrade 8 > 8.1

That's the Pro and Media Center that do not need another product key and that are no longer available.

And the creation of media for 8.1 works; I just checked it a minute ago.

See you soon.

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