Msi updating your system
I went on Google and looked for a solution to this problem, and found an article that said to wait for three hours and if it is still stuck on that screen, turn the machine off and restart it.After three hours that screen was still showing so I restarted the machine.
If this is successful I will give the Macrium Reflect a try as suggested. Randy Computer Type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number Lenovo H530/10130 OS Windows 10 Pro 64 bit CPU Intel Pentium G3220 @ 3.00GHz Motherboard LENOVO SHARKBAY (SOCKET 0) (BIOS Version IEKT31AUS) Memory 16GB (2x 8GB Kingston) Graphics Card 1024MB ATI AMD Radeon HD 7000 series (MSI) Sound Card Realtek High Definition Audio & AMD High Definition Audio Device Monitor(s) Displays LG 32LD350 HDTV Screen Resolution ([email protected]) HDD Seagate Barracuda 2TB Internet Speed 25 /5 ( usually faster) Browser IE11 as primary / CHROME as backup Antivirus Windows Defender & Malwarebytes Anti Exploit Other Info Optical drive: MATSHITA DVD-RAM SW830 Router: FRITZ!However, before leaving the office, I ran the DISM utility that Cliff S suggested and it seems that it has found some problems that it can't fix.I have attached a screenshot of the message, but it basically says "Windows Resource Protection found corrupt files but was unable to fix some of them." I have also attached the CBS log referred to in the screen shot.I had a look at the log but I don't know what I am looking for.Cliff or Dude, do you have any suggestions as to what I can do to fix the corrupt files found by the DISM utility?The Windows Update history may show a status of “Requires a restart to finish installing” for a particular update.
If you have a Surface Pro 3 or Surface 3, you can download a single update file directly to your Surface and install updates manually.
When updates become available, they’re installed automatically on your Surface over Wi-Fi but may be limited over a metered connection. Windows notifies you if you need to restart your Surface to finish installing an update. Here’s how: Updates to your Surface hardware appear in your update history as either “System Firmware Update - XX/XX/XX” or “System Hardware Update - XX/XX/XX.” (“XX/XX/XX” stands for the date that Microsoft made the update available.) Surface updates are cumulative—if you have the latest Surface update installed, you’re up to date.
Hi everyone, I have a Sony Vaio laptop running Windows 8.1. At the end of the day yesterday, I went to shut my machine down, and in place of the normal shutdown icon there was a message saying something like "Install updates and shutdown." I clicked on this option and walked away. A blue screen appeared with the message "Working on Updates, XX% complete, Don't turn off your computer." The percent indicator incremented from 0% to 100% and seemed to get stuck there.
If you have an Internet connection, you can download the update file manually to your Surface Pro 3 or Surface 3.
For example, a Surface Pro 3 file name might be "Surface Pro3_Win8x_160128_3" Then follow the steps in Install the updates using the file below.
If you’re having trouble connecting your Surface to the Internet, you can use another computer with Internet access to download the file to a USB drive, and then transfer it to your Surface.