Re: Installing Updates When Booting Up - Cannot Access Login
(cross-post added to Vista Perf & Maint)
"misskgirl" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>I have Windows Vista, and when I boot up my computer,
I suspect you have some options right then, e.g. booting in safe mode
but I don't have Vista...
> instead of getting my login screen, I get a message that tells me it is configuring updates
> and to not shut down.
What else do you see then? E.g. give us some clues about what updates
are supposedly being installed then?
> My computer proceeds to then shut itself down after about 60
> seconds, re-boot itself, and then the same message comes up again instead of
> my login screen. This process repeats itself until I manually shut down the
> computer or pull the plug out of the wall.
> How can I bypass this configuration so I can access my login screen?
I think start up options may also allow you to avoid automatic restart
which would at least allow you to control the loop... ; )
> My computer is inaccessible at
> this point since this message is reoccurring and will not allow me to do
> anything besides sit there and read this recurring message.
> Any help is appreciated!