within a week of each other got the "configuring updates 3 of 3 0%" infinite reboot loop.
Computer must be restarted for updating to continue
At some point during the restart or whatever, the power must have died. My favourite is booting off ANY Windows Vista CD (borrow one from a friend if you have to, download one from a torrent, etc.).
Whenever I press the on button I get the Toshiba start up screen, then an error message saying that the power reached critical level and the system has to be resumed and make sure the power cord is plugged in, blah, blah, blah. After booting from the Vista CD, choose "Repair your Computer", pick "Command Prompt".
I thought that the successive re-boots were just part of the update, but I let it go for hours seeing if it would stop but it didn't.. but what I finally found worked for me was just when the computer was restarting again I hit f8..
that opened up a black screen with while lettering and ''repair computer'' was the first option on the list, I clicked that then it'll ask you what language and then what you would like to do to repair it.. it took a few seconds for the restore window to open up.. when it finished with that it asked to restart, so I hit f8 again and set it to safe mode.. Start computer in cleanboot or uninstall the antivirus program (if you have F-secure then you should really uninstall, maybe update to a new version).
then when it turned on and went to my desktop, I went to control panel/security center and turned off automatic updating. they release updates and operating systems before they fix all the bugs!!!!! Try this and you will be able to install the update.hello, I had the same issues and I JUST put it on safemode and then rebooted and it was fine now idk why but it worked for me, if you restart your omputer or turn off the power and turn it back onthere should be an option for you to put it on safemode then id just reboot it and it got past the update I have a very similar problem.
Then I restarted my computer and it just turned on without a glitch.. Vista decided to do one of its random updates so I just went away and left it as it was taking a while. And No Matter How Many Times It Shuts Down It Wont Let The Screen Page With Accounts Come Up, Can Somebody Please Please Help Me! To fix the problem with the "configuring updates" loop you need to delete the file in the folder c:\Windows\Win Sx S There are many ways to accomplish this.I have a big problem, And I can't find a way to fix it. I was reinstaling mc afee total protection (retail version) during my update from windows 7 to windows 10. For everyone who has not been able to do this I thought I would provide the repair cd link.Simply download the file, burn the iso file using nero or alternative burning software.I know a little but I really don't know all the names/fuctions/etc.