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Windows 7: Boot issue with the update

10 Jun 2015   #1
honeyhanish

windows 7 ultimate 32bit
 
 
Boot issue with the update

Friends i dont know about others but after installing patch tuesday updates today which appeared to be less and easy were auto downloaded and installed as per the settings and when it restarted to complete the updation process it all started with the long screen freeze at STARTING WINDOWS LOGO (the black one)
after waiting for minutes it then goes into normal start up, as per event viewer the time of complete boot (not just desktop loading but all process starting and when viewer finally publishes info) was earlier about 120-130-140 seconds avg since years it all went to 300+ means more than 5 minutes, what i tried was restarting it again 2 times but it remained same.... prolong wait at start screen, i did try to do system restore thrice but failed then i used start up option using boot USB and it found no problems then i used system restored from there it again gave me failed answer but as per microsoft thesys res. some times gives false failed warning but rather it does the job and yes definitely when i rebooted normally it showed me system restored and this time no screen stuck up and i checked it in update history well all updates were shown installed with tick mark, i for half hour imagined that may be system files wont get restored means the update files wont be uninstalled then who was the culprit but then it happened windows re searched for updates and showed me those updates again which i earlier downloaded and installed, (critical and recommended) so which implies that may be updates are shown in history but rather have been unistalled through restoration as it again asking me to download the updates (i had changed the settings from INSTALL AUTOMATICALLY to LET ME CHOOSE when to DOWNLOAD AND INSTALL) and i did restart again and as it told you it worked good no over wait and so on... it booted as before it booted

Let me tell you i have no MALWARE, VIRUS- system is cleaned
except antivirus all start up programs are disabled and its been running fine

As of now i have put on hold the updates and need expert, you people comment and review, still may be days wait before i get more replies as many people would come up with updates issue if so any is observed
as it happens the sometimes updates cause these issues

even last month some thing sort of happened, after the updates installtion the widnows was stuck at welcome screen lept on rotating for too long and then black screen with cursor appeared which took hell period to display desktop at that time i disabled all start up programs there were two related to display IGFX and some thing so, i removed them from there and it worked fine, they were running since years but i believe there happened a conflict between them and new updates as it happened only after update
SO friends what you have to tell me?


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10 Jun 2015   #2
mjf

Windows 7x64 Home Premium SP1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by honeyhanish View Post
LET ME CHOOSE when to DOWNLOAD AND INSTALL
This is the only reasonable choice.
I have encountered sufficient problems in recent times that I consider creating a full system image a safety requirement before installing monthly updates.
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10 Jun 2015   #3
Anak

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Win 7 Home Premium 64bit Ver 6.1.7600 Build 7601 - SP1
 
 

Hi honeyhanish, welcome to 7F!
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by honeyhanish View Post
SO friends what you have to tell me?
  • Did you see any error screens?
  • And, Do you have Service Pack 1 (SP1) installed? You do not have it showing in your system specs. The majority if not all updates that came out after SP1 require SP1 to be installed in order for your operating system (OS) to function properly.
  • What I would do is run a System Restore to before you started updating, then update one at a time and see if your machine starts better or worse, if worse that's the one you want to hold off on. Finish installing the rest to see if they act up, if any do, hold off on installing them also; You can hide them until Microsoft has a fix.
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10 Jun 2015   #4
honeyhanish

windows 7 ultimate 32bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Anak View Post
Hi honeyhanish, welcome to 7F!
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by honeyhanish View Post
SO friends what you have to tell me?
  • Did you see any error screens?
  • And, Do you have Service Pack 1 (SP1) installed? You do not have it showing in your system specs. The majority if not all updates that came out after SP1 require SP1 to be installed in order for your operating system (OS) to function properly.
  • What I would do is run a System Restore to before you started updating, then update one at a time and see if your machine starts better or worse, if worse that's the one you want to hold off on. Finish installing the rest to see if they act up, if any do, hold off on installing them also; You can hide them until Microsoft has a fix.
Yes Thank you Anak, i already have SP1 installed and its been a long time i am on auto updates which had run perfectly since i installed windows 7 but the problem started since last month and this patch tuesday though i have been going through this as well as other-forums since years and have seen, not all but many people do face post updation issue
and surely i wud wait for microsoft troubleshooting patches, can you tell me whether and where i need to post this issue to microsoft regarding same if its possible such that they get conveyed bout issue

and if you people come across something similar please do write here and dont forget to post your helping tips as its very annoying issue, SO AWAITING RESPONSE.............
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10 Jun 2015   #5
groze

W7 32 bit, Linux Mint Xfce 18 64 bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by honeyhanish View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Anak View Post
Hi honeyhanish, welcome to 7F!
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by honeyhanish View Post
SO friends what you have to tell me?
  • Did you see any error screens?
  • And, Do you have Service Pack 1 (SP1) installed? You do not have it showing in your system specs. The majority if not all updates that came out after SP1 require SP1 to be installed in order for your operating system (OS) to function properly.
  • What I would do is run a System Restore to before you started updating, then update one at a time and see if your machine starts better or worse, if worse that's the one you want to hold off on. Finish installing the rest to see if they act up, if any do, hold off on installing them also; You can hide them until Microsoft has a fix.
Yes Thank you Anak, i already have SP1 installed and its been a long time i am on auto updates which had run perfectly since i installed windows 7 but the problem started since last month and this patch tuesday though i have been going through this as well as other-forums since years and have seen, not all but many people do face post updation issue
and surely i wud wait for microsoft troubleshooting patches, can you tell me whether and where i need to post this issue to microsoft regarding same if its possible such that they get conveyed bout issue

and if you people come across something similar please do write here and dont forget to post your helping tips as its very annoying issue, SO AWAITING RESPONSE.............
honeyhanish,

This is just an opinion you problem could be caused by one of those update to prepare your system for windows 10 upgrade. What you could do is change windows update to check for updates but let me choose whether to download them and install them Addram just posted a list of updates that you might need to remove.

I don't know how to notify Microsoft about windows update causing problem with windows 7 if that what you are saying.
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10 Jun 2015   #6
AddRAM

Windows 7 Pro x64 Windows 10 Pro x64
 
 

Yes, your windows update setting should look like this, and you`d be wasting your time trying to tell Microsoft about bad updates.


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10 Jun 2015   #7
honeyhanish

windows 7 ultimate 32bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by groze View Post

honeyhanish,

This is just an opinion you problem could be caused by one of those update to prepare your system for windows 10. What you could do is change windows update to check for updates but let me choose whether to download them and install them Addram just posted a list of updates that you might need to remove.

I don't know how to notify Microsoft about windows update causing problem with windows 7 if that what you are saying.
Thanks Me talking about that only like informing them on their official forums blogs etc...........
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10 Jun 2015   #8
Anak

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Win 7 Home Premium 64bit Ver 6.1.7600 Build 7601 - SP1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by honeyhanish View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Anak View Post
Hi honeyhanish, welcome to 7F!
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by honeyhanish View Post
SO friends what you have to tell me?
  • Did you see any error screens?
  • And, Do you have Service Pack 1 (SP1) installed? You do not have it showing in your system specs. The majority if not all updates that came out after SP1 require SP1 to be installed in order for your operating system (OS) to function properly.
  • What I would do is run a System Restore to before you started updating, then update one at a time and see if your machine starts better or worse, if worse that's the one you want to hold off on. Finish installing the rest to see if they act up, if any do, hold off on installing them also; You can hide them until Microsoft has a fix.
Yes Thank you Anak, i already have SP1 installed and its been a long time i am on auto updates which had run perfectly since i installed windows 7 but the problem started since last month and this patch tuesday though i have been going through this as well as other-forums since years and have seen, not all but many people do face post updation issue
and surely i wud wait for microsoft troubleshooting patches, can you tell me whether and where i need to post this issue to microsoft regarding same if its possible such that they get conveyed bout issue

and if you people come across something similar please do write here and dont forget to post your helping tips as its very annoying issue, SO AWAITING RESPONSE.............
You're welcome.

You might want to start here for feedback: https://E-mail Microsoft Customer Service | support2.microsoft.com

Don't just look here for help, this thread is mainly to see if other members are having problems and if they are they would go here: http://www.sevenforums.com/windows-updates-activation/ it would offer much better help if needed.


I see someone has moved your thread to Windows Updates and Activation.
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11 Jun 2015   #9
NoelDP

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Win 7 x64 Home Premium (and x86 VirtualBox VM)/Win10
 
 

You mentioned problems with IGFX in startup - these are part of your Intel drivers for graphics.
It would probably be a good idea to go to your manufacturer's website (Gigabyte) and see if they have updated the drivers there.
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11 Jun 2015   #10
honeyhanish

windows 7 ultimate 32bit
 
 

Well yes i have used the gigbyte one driver , their own produced not the intel one
i saw it did not make any difference even i am not using graphics card
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