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Failure configuring windows updates. Reverting changes

HP Pavilion g6-2202tx Notebook
Microsoft Windows 8 (64-bit)
  • Product Name            :-HP Pavilion g6-2202tx Notebook PC
  • Operating System      :- windows 8 pre-installed

It's been more than an hour, I'm still stuck at this message. What should I do? Everytime I do an update, it shows up for too long.

 

Please help.

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John_Pa

 

Hello;

Allow me to welcome you to the HP forums!

I read your post about problems with Windows Update and wanted to help.

My suggestion is to use this tool to see if it can repair Windows Update: Download WindowsUpdateFixer - MajorGeeks

Good Luck
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The PC re-booted and it was literally stuck into the loop. So, I couldn't install any app or software.

 

However, I found a great solution that worked for me: http://www.tufitech.com/how-to/fix-failure-configuring-windows-updates/

 

The trick was to turn off Secure Boot in bios.

 

Thanks anyways!

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