Windows 7 update problem

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by Kristaps, Apr 8, 2011.

  1. Kristaps

    Kristaps MDL Novice

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    Hi everyone!

    I have big problems with Windows 7 updating on my HP Pavilion dv6000 notebook. So, the problem is - I make a clean install on new formated partitions, after W7 installation I take all updates using Automatic Windows Update in trial mode and without any Windows Loaders or cracks... After the last update installation ( SP1 and IE9 and a few others) my notebook restarts and cant startup anymore. Starts up only till the blue screen saying that theres some problems with any newly installed software or device and then automaticaly reboots again. Only way to make it work is by runing Startup Repair, which deletes some of the updates, and after that I can run W7... So I cant understand why these updates make my W7 crash, and which of them exactly is causing this problem:confused:

    I have reinstalled my W7 for about 3 times and the problems starts only after updating:(

    Now Im running W7 without SP1 and IE9 installed, and it works well.

    Any ideas, can someone help, please!???:worthy:

    HP Pavilion dv6000
    RAM : 2GB
    Processor : Intel Pentium Dual Core 1,86 GHz
     
  2. pierrejaquet

    pierrejaquet MDL Member

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    #2 pierrejaquet, Apr 8, 2011
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  3. Kristaps

    Kristaps MDL Novice

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    Tanks man, I'll try this way - first drivers and then Windows Updates. I hope it works...
    Anyway, thanks :eek:
     
  4. ft@t@lk

    ft@t@lk MDL Junior Member

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    install chipset driver first before you do the Windows Updates
    check HP support site to get latest version of driver
     
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  5. steven4554

    steven4554 MDL Addicted

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    There is an option to uninstall IE9 and go back to IE8 in Windows 7. WU > Installed Updates, and it should be near the bottom of the list.
     

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  6. zahnoo

    zahnoo MDL Senior Member

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    Once you do get to a stable installation, you might consider using Backup and Restore to create a system image; be sure and create the Repair Disk when asked. Having it, you can always revert to a stable installation without doing all the reinstalling and updating all over again. Of course, Acronis is good too.
     
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  7. Kristaps

    Kristaps MDL Novice

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    Big thanks to all of you! :biggrin: