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It's available for Windows 8, Windows 7 and Windows Vista. Infuriating.   EDIT: 3 possible causes:  Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer (972260) Security Update for Microsoft Visual C++ 2005 Service Pack 1 Redistributable Package (KB973923) Security Update for Microsoft Visual JosephPentz 602,402 views 8:22 SYSTEM RESTORE TO FACTORY SETTINGS WINDOWS VISTA - Duration: 3:11. My laptop starts, starts to configure the update, and restarts. his comment is here

It never did. As the computer starts, hold down "F8" on your keyboard until the Advanced Boot Options menu appears. Sign in to report inappropriate content. So when I restore to that point, it basically goes through the infinite install/reboot cycle. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/236913-44-vista-restarts-itself-help

Loading... Click "Next." Select the boxes next to the type of file you want to back up in the "Which file types do you want to backup?" window and click "Next." Leave accounts in vista? For whatever reason system restore won't work and no way am Iosing all my files because of an official update.

  • I will have to disable automatic updates until I can figure out what is happening with the updates.
  • Read more of this story at Slashdot.   Saturday, February 16, 2008 1:58 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Same issue!!!
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  • I'm shutting off automatic updates until then.   Friday, February 15, 2008 8:42 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote  It does the same thing in Vista Home Premium.
  • Sunday, May 22, 2011 8:11 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I have tryed everthing this worked like a charm truned off automactic update and restored back before
  • any help please?
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That takes a little while, lets say a minute or two, then it shuts down (Message "Shutting down...") and restarts and the story starts over...   So no errors, just configuring If the blue screen error is from an installed device drivers, then it's possible to have the same error appear again in the fresh installed Windows Vista if you use the So if you change your password at any time in the future, you have to come back to the Task Scheduler and change the password here, too. 13Close out of the Choose "On a hard disk, CD, or DVD" or "On a network," depending on where you want to save your files.

Whatever you put there will appear while the shutdown is in progress. 10Click the Conditions tab. For example, if you are using a computer manufactured by Dell, select “Dell Factory Image Restore.” 9 Click on “Next.” 10 Place a checkmark next to the option that reads, “Yes, Add to Want to watch this again later? https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_vista-update/latest-vista-update-stuck-in-stage-3restart-loop/2f70b13c-9db4-4bf9-90ee-7ca63a809973 You don't want the reboot to interfere with other activities like a defrag run. 8Click the Actions tab.

Thanks for voting! GEORGE LOPEZ HOW TO DO IT YOUR SELF 5,345 views 11:11 How To Use Windows Vista System Restore - Duration: 9:27. I don't know why.. >,<.. Steps Method 1 Performing a System Restore 1 Click on the Start menu and select “All Programs.” 2 Click on “Accessories” and select “System Tools.” 3 Click on “System Restore.” The

You can choose selective files to back up, although you can also back up your entire computer. This fairly common process has three parts: backing up files and data, restoring your software and system, and restoring your personal files and data. What I already tried is: running Startup Repair / System Restore under Safe Mode and/or from a installation DVD renamingpending.xml topending.bak (as suggestedhere)--while there's no cleanup.xml anywhere to rename from Edited This option will most likely read as “Microsoft Windows Vista.” 8 Click on “Next.” The System Recovery Options menu will display. 9 Click on “Windows Complete PC Restore.” 10 Select the

Restoring Your System Remove all peripheral devices connected to your computer, including hard drives, printers, scanners and network cables. this content Because MS isn't even answering on this thread. why? I don't think so!   Com'on Microsoft!

Answer this question Flag as... then click next.   3) Select repair my computer (or something like that) on the bottom left of the screen.   4) Select your Vista installation click next.   5) Click Friday, February 15, 2008 12:53 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote One of my users has the same issue. weblink Even in safe mode, it gets to the log on screen, promptly restarts in normal mode, and does the update configuration and once again restarts.

Friday, February 15, 2008 2:49 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I have the same problem with one of our computer in the office!!!!  Microsoft common!!!!   I Last Known Good Config doesn't work. safemode and stuff only..

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Press the down arrow on your keyboard and select the "Repair Your Computer" option. Friday, February 15, 2008 7:03 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I was also finally able to get it resolved by booting from the Vista CD and going This rather odd buzzard works like a wizard, but it doesn't behave like one. Any solutions aside from the already mentioned would be appreciated if there are any out there.

Sign in to add this to Watch Later Add to Loading playlists... The safe mode didn't work for a few times, but once when I was lucky I guess; I can get in to the password windows ( I don't know how you Close Yeah, keep it Undo Close This video is unavailable. check over here At the lower left, click New.The Task Scheduler brings up the New Trigger dialog box. 7Under Settings, click Daily.

It just restarted the counter that stated it would start the highlighted choice automatically. Jamie Wagner 25,541 views 13:21 How To Make Windows Vista Very Fast - Duration: 4:25. Why isn't MS replying to any of these messages? To fix this, try any of the following methods explained below.

Published on Aug 11, 2013Notice******Remember to back up your data and check out my gaming vidsGaming vid. The reboot takes the computer back to the Windows logon screen. Keep in mind that restoring your computer from a system image backup will replace all the files on your computer with those from the restoration point. Rating is available when the video has been rented.

How dumb we are to not back up when we can. I really wouldn't want to reformat my computer (*ahem* AGAIN *ahem*) because of stuff that's not even because of me going to the wrong sites or opening the wrong emails and The NeoSmart Support Forums, member-to-member technical support and troubleshooting. chass 19:31 07 Feb 10 Locked Hello,I have started having problems shutting down my Toshiba laptop, which runs on Vista.

This thread is now locked and can not be replied to. I could boot into Ubuntu Linux and delete a file if anyone knows what files I need to nuke to get rid of this behavior. Wednesday, February 20, 2008 9:41 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote There is a tick box in the bottom left hand corner which says something like "choose restore Hope MS gets that thing fixed very soon.

Step 3 of 3. no chance to repair, complete reinstall. Three different results: I could get to the safe mode, or to the repairing system or to the looping again. To fix a BSoD error caused by incompatible drivers, you need to remove the installed driver and restart the computer or make sure you have the latest available driver for your