Computer stuck in shut down after KB2919355

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  1. BabySitter

    BabySitter MDL Junior Member

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    After suffering to install KB2919355 and failing two times now its finally installed automatically :) but wait .. the computer failed to shut down :mad: and stuck at shut down it just turns off the monitor but the whole computer still working
    i have to say this happened just two times after few days of installing that KB2919355 update
    I have just build my computer with 1000$ so i'm afraid from any harm
    running Win 8.1 Enterprise 64-bit with MTK 2.5
     
  2. BabySitter

    BabySitter MDL Junior Member

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    and i notice that the computer become slow something after the update
     
  3. abbodi1406

    abbodi1406 MDL KB0000001

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    Uninstall it :rolleyes:
     
  4. OldMX

    OldMX MDL Senior Member

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    Do a clean install, obviosly something is messed on your computer, services or bad tweaks or whatever Ian82 recommended heh.
     
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    =)(= Guest

    Who's Ian82? :whistling:
     
  6. hbhb

    hbhb MDL Expert

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    you can see through emoticons lol :D
     
  7. waledakmal

    waledakmal MDL Novice

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    I have also the same problem after update 355
    :mad:
     
  8. BabySitter

    BabySitter MDL Junior Member

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    And then ?
     
  9. pisthai

    pisthai Imperfect Human

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    Who just updated an computer for 1k Bucks, should have the money for to buy an legit version of the OS?!

    After that, format your HDD's and do a NEW and CLEAN install. Just install the driver needed and that install the Updates.

    In case you have time a lot :fishing1:, just carry on as done already a week or so :cool: with the "Never Ending Story" and end up sometimes with an final NEW installation!:rolleyes::D

    Have fun! :p
     
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  10. abbodi1406

    abbodi1406 MDL KB0000001

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    Go nag MS, we didn't engineered nor developed KB2919355 :joystick:
     
  11. fkar

    fkar MDL Recognized Advisor

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    Do a fresh install with Windows 8.1 Update ISO. Remember to put antivirus first, once you install OS.

    Then, things must be smooth. :tea:
     
  12. BabySitter

    BabySitter MDL Junior Member

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    #12 BabySitter, Apr 28, 2014
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    lol thank u old friend :)
    I bought my computer with all of my money and nothing left so i don't have enough money to buy Win8 and if not so i will not buy it however :D

    thank u mate
    I finally find out that issue its because of a virus because after a full scan everything is alright now and i think there is no need for a fresh install
     
  13. pisthai

    pisthai Imperfect Human

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    Why would everybody blame MS in first place?

    Fact is, that many user updated without any problems! Didn't that means that, in general, those Update is OK?!

    I had a bunch of updates with no problems, just 1 machine, which were by luck my own one! And I didn't blame MS for that!

    Another fact is, that most of the user here at MDL using the MS Software on not so 'legal' base, or am I wrong?! How those users could therefore blame MS? And, It's NOT MS who's working on that 'customer' computers! A computer isn't intelligent in any means, that machine will just follow the commands given by that person who's key in the commands!
     
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  14. fkar

    fkar MDL Recognized Advisor

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    So, you mean Update failures are because of user's input?
     
  15. opssemnik

    opssemnik MDL Novice

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    I know im not him, but in this case yes.
    1- the guy was using a non final to user version of windows 8.1 (enterprise as he said)
    2- this update is a beta and should not even be installed by a end user
     
  16. s1ave77

    s1ave77 MDL Guide Dog/Dev

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    Huh ... what are you talking about :eek:? Where did you gather that nonsense from? My BS-Meter instantly jumped to 'Man the lifeboats'.
     
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  17. EFA11

    EFA11 Avatar Guru

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    lmfao I do like the dog :director:
     
  18. Snuffy

    Snuffy MDL Expert

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    reguardless of what caused the issue,
    1. Unplug the computer no harm will come to this.
    2. open your DVD and insert bootable media or use USB as long as your Bios is set properly to all DVD or USB
    3. when boot media is active open move thu to advance then Command Prompt
    4. at this level type the following.
    sfc /scannow /offlinedir=C:\ /offwindir=C:\Windows

    let sfc fix your corrupt files then use
    rstrui.exe /offline:C:\Windows and restore the last known boot restore point.

    now if you disabled all and noe of this work.
    clean install you os after a FORMAT
     
  19. pisthai

    pisthai Imperfect Human

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    Er....?!

    Except the 'Perfect' User's I would say yes in some extend! Personally I never had meet an "Perfect" Human and nobody I know didn't meet some either!

    User input didn't means at the time of incident, it could be done already some time upfront of that! Many reason are possible and in many (most) cases to whom that's happens, are users of not so 'legal' software or not so 'legal' way of use of software!

    Firstly any user should remove the 'dirt' before their own housedoor! After that those user should do an inventory of his own action before starting yelling in front of others housedoor (mostly) unfounded complaints, To do such is called an FAIR action!

    Never forget: Do NOT do to other what you didn't like others do to YOU!

    Have a nice day!
     
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  20. coleoptere2007

    coleoptere2007 MDL Guru

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    I' m a perfect user :cool::p
     
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