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Windows 7: Black screen during update after reboot

11 Mar 2011   #1
zx81

Windows 7 Home Premium x64
 
 
Black screen during update after reboot

Hello,

I experienced after automatic configured updates,
Just after the reboot,
The black screen with the windows logo,
And then several white lines of text,
Refering to registry keys that are updated/processed.
After this the computer works normally and updates are
Visible in windows update.

So my question is: is the black screen with white scrolling
text showing registry entries and the like normal when certain
windows 7 updates are applied?

Thanks a lot in advance!

zx81


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13 Mar 2011   #2
niemiro

Vista Home Premium x86 SP2
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by zx81 View Post
Hello,

I experienced after automatic configured updates,
Just after the reboot,
The black screen with the windows logo,
And then several white lines of text,
Refering to registry keys that are updated/processed.
After this the computer works normally and updates are
Visible in windows update.

So my question is: is the black screen with white scrolling
text showing registry entries and the like normal when certain
windows 7 updates are applied?

Thanks a lot in advance!

zx81
Hello!

Sorry for the delay! You can see how busy we are! lol.

That is absolutely normal. Any large update or service pack on Vista or 7 will cause this.

It is nothing to worry about, and it will take a fair about of extra time on the final entry.

It may look a little scary, but it is fine!

Richard
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