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When prompted (after it has booted to the CD/DVD) choose "repair my computer" and enter the command prompt 4. Insert the Recovery/Install DVD into the computer 2. When you first start your computer, the first screen you see should give you the key combination to press to enter a 'multi-boot' menu. this advice above actually worked, and I didnt have to reset to defaults, or reformat. All the other suggestions did nothing.i tried the steps above, but after typing "del pending.xml" the computer says it can not find that file, upon rebooting, still stuck in loop.On Dell's this key is F12 but it varries by each manufacturer. Restart your computer That should kill any pending updates. Good luck everyone, Microsoft better get their shit together or they just lost another customer to Mac. I have even tried booting in safe mode, it is also stuck in update loop, I have tried anything and everything that is out there on the net in regards to this issue, and nothing worked. I did this twice on the same system after two consecutive Windows installations messed up startup. I have followed the discussion as I also had the problem by installing the windows vista service pack 1 and then thereafter NOT being able to start my computer at all.Once you find it and are at the multiboot menu, choose to boot of CD/DVD 3. All that other advice about safemode and recovery, switching memory sticks, launching to last known config... so tried booting from the vista disk, it took FOREVER for the system restore tool to come up, and since there had been multiple updates over the last month and a half, I chose to restore at a point when a java update was applied -- which put me taking the computer all the way back to mid sept, but this option worked, and I went into the desktop, looked for that file (pending.xml) was not found, so I created a new restore point then went to microsoft's website using this link The computer keeps on freezing becuase the Memory ram is pilleed up with some virus, So you might want to either, Reboot your computer, or Upgrade the ram. You should not have this problem after SP2 installation. I tried to restore to earlier point by using windows system restore from my windows vista DVD, but without luck.When prompted (after it has booted to the CD/DVD) choose "repair my computer" and enter the command prompt 4. id=15287 - downloaded this update by itself and then proceeded to manually update files, in groups (ie office together, security together etc), and before I turned the computer off made a backup disc in case, and created a new restore point. in the mean while try Removing it and Replacing it back it. It took less then a second for the repair process to finish. Then I tried to repair it also using my Windows vista DVD, and this helped me, after that I was able to restart windows vista as earlier. Ok, first of all my problem was that when someone had turned off my computer, it came on and it said, Configuring Updates 3 of 3 0% and would restart over and over again.
I know a little but I really don't know all the names/fuctions/etc.Now the computer is stuck at configuration stage and keep restarting. Unfortunately, this never completes and I am left with the problem of my laptop not being able to get anywhere.I blame microsoft for sending an incomplete or pretty f***ed update, as I also know of a friend whose laptop did exactly the same, she had a full backup though so hers is up and running again.The screen showed computer repair option but would not allow me to select it while starting windows normally stalled about a third of way through the files. Acer wanted to charge £50 for a Vista recovery disk but I managed to get one from Microsoft. Remember safe mode, Is running the basic Files needed to start windows.
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After it restarted, it came up with the usual screen that states it is installing the updates, Step 1 of 3 and then the percentage of it being complete.