The system is already in clean boot. It appears that running my actual installer is failing to load everything because the temporary copy isnt updated. However, a critical defect is that you will lose all data in system partition, including the operating system, the applications and other files you put there. What we figured out was that this issue could be related to a couple of things. This is the same error I had before reinstalling. Driver Easy will then scan your computer and detect any problem drivers.
Start Windows 7 in Safe Mode and then Restart Windows Normally Start Windows in Safe Mode, and then restart your computer as usual. Please do let us know if you need any further assistance. If you have another machine you can swap bits. And I just now installed that Windows Update Agent. Still I do not believe that the bit architecture makes a difference. Save any open files and restart the computer, then try to check for new updates. But there is a solution.
That problem has been pestering me for months and appears solved now. I'm glad that worked for you. Windows Update just stuck at Checking for updates. I would suggest you to try following methods and check if it helps. The reason for doing so is that sometimes Windows updates or something else gets hung up. Method 2: Update drivers The problem can be caused by faulty drivers especially the faulty network card drivers.
Choose Repair Your Computer and wait until Windows 7 repair mode is started. Also, try to replace the memory chips and see if that works. Some people have gotten stuck at the classpnp. Don't give up on me now! But hey, at least I have all the latest updates!. This worked for me on 2 Win7 systems and for many, many others at another forum who had the same issue. Reboot Manually apply the following updates in order.
Step 2: Click on the General tab and and choose Selective Startup. You can also turn on the Windows Update service that we turned off if you like. Please post back and let us know how it goes, so that we can all learn. I would suggest you to follow these steps and check. Then there are a couple of logs you might check.
How many hrs did you run memtest for? The course of action that have worked for me on other machines has been to gradually eliminate the laptop parts and systems from the possible fault causes. Note that the first thing to try is to restart the computer in Safe Mode and then perform a shutdown. Usually this means there is some software installed on the computer that is causing problems with other aspects of Windows. I had several installation media, however all the same. Uninstalling the program will also disable any services associated with that program.
They have worked for me and for many, many other folks at sevenforums. I have been absolutely plagued with this exact issue on multiple Win 7 boxes since early this year. Remove one memory chip at a time and see if the issue goes away. You guys are awesome for hanging in there with me. For example, a bad memory slot can cause this issue. Method 3: Restart the Windows Update service manually To fix the Windows Update stuck issue, you can try to restart the Windows Update service manually. In this situation, you may set it aside and do something else, only to find it keep freezing there when you come back; or you may force the computer to shut down and restart Windows 7, only to find Windows 7 is freezing on startup again and again.
Try booting into Safe Mode and remove it. This is the exact order I used to achieve success. Once you have successfully completed with the step one. And in Google chrome and Mozilla Firefox you will get the option to save the file. Try running the recovery from the dell media Another handy thing is to reduce everything to the bare minimum Pull out everything that plugs in. Sometimes, when your computer memory is bad or when a memory slot on computer motherboard is bad, Window 7 freezing on startup could happen, but this is rare. Checking Remote Desktop Client version.