Frozen screen after update

How to fix a stuck windows update. More often than not, Windows Update does its job with little or no attention from us in USA. While we manually check for and install updates from time to time, most Windows 11/10 computers are set to apply critical updates automatically, while older versions like Windows 8 and 7 typically apply these patches on Tuesday patch night  in the USA. However, sometimes when the patch or maybe even the service pack is installed during shutdown or startup, the update installation hangs: hang, hang, hang, hang, monitor, whatever you want to call him. Windows update takes forever and clearly something needs to be done. Windows Update Blocking Messages: You may be stuck or stuck installing one or more Windows updates if you see any of the following messages for an extended period of time: Preparing to install Windows. / Do not turn off the computer in USA. Configuring Windows Updates / x% done / Do not turn off the computer. Do not turn off the device or disconnect it from the power supply. / Installing update x of x… Updates in progress / x% complete / Do not turn off your computer Keep your PC on until the end / Install update x of x… Prepare Windows / Do not turn off your computer, it could also step before the second example 1 of 1 or step 1 of 3 or similar message is displayed in USA. Sometimes only a reboot is shown on the screen. Depending on which version of Windows you are using, there may also be differences in wording. Cause of a stuck or stuck Windows update. There are several reasons why the installation or completion of one or more Windows updates can be blocked.In most cases, these types of problems are caused by a software conflict or a pre-existing in USA problem that was just starting to install updates. Much less often they are caused by a failure of Microsoft in the update itself, but it happens. All Microsoft operating systems can experience crashing issues during Windows updates, including Windows 11, Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, and Windows Vista. , Windows XP and others. Make sure updates are really blocked. Some Windows updates may take several minutes or more to set up or install in USA, so you need to make sure that the updates are indeed blocked before proceeding. Trying to fix a problem that doesn’t actually exist could lead to a problem. You can tell if Windows updates are blocked if nothing happens on the screen for 3 hours or more. If you’re surprised after all this time, take a look at your hard drive activity monitor. You see no activity (blocked) or very regular but very short flashes (unblocked) in USA. Updates are likely to crash before 3 hours, but that’s a reasonable amount of time and longer than ever for a Windows update.In this case, log in as usual and wait until the updates continue to install successfully in USA.

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