When I turn on the computer, it does not show my office. It comes up with a white screen

Original title: bad start.

On May 15, 2013, I was prompted to download 8 updates from Microsoft. Since then when I turn on the computer, it does not show my office. It comes with a white screen. The only way to see the desktop is at the stop 'wrong' to turn off the power to the computer. Then I reboot, it just asking if I want to boot up normally, I say Yes and all is well on the office. Seems related to downloads of May 15, 2013. Any ideas?

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Hello

Method 1:

I suggest you to select last known good Configuration in Windows Advanced options and check if it works.

To do this:

a. restart the computer and press the F8 key for about four to five times.

b. you will see the that last known good Configuration in the Advanced Windows options.

c. Select last known good Configuration and press enter.

Method 2:

See the article and check if that helps:

What to do if Windows does not start correctly

http://Windows.Microsoft.com/en-us/Windows-Vista/what-to-do-if-Windows-wont-start-correctly

For more protection, use System Restore backup and restore, which is designed to help save email, photos, documents and other personal files.

Note: when checking your drive hard for errors, if bad sectors are found, it tries to repair this sector and if all the available data may be lost.

Let us know if it helps.

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