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Re: there is another problem sorry
Go to Control Panel, Administrative Tools, Services.
Check the Automatic Update service. It should be running. If it is not, start it. (to keep it running every time you use the computer, double click it and set the startup mode to auomatic).
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is it old? mines the same way, its a bad lense, but your could also be drivers that arnt updated, go to start -type computer management -click on drivers -find your driver and right click it -update. hope that works!
format your drive in which windows is loaded and then load windows a different drive (D or E or F etc) it will work and after re instalation windows disable windows update from control panel (control panel then system and security then windows update then turn automatic update on or off then select never check for update) and apply
Do you have a legit copy of windows ? You can manually update windows by selecting Start-> Windows Update. This should show you the list of updates available and you can select what you want to install. If the problem is stalling of windows during shutdown with the message installing update's then just give the system some time as it installs the updates and then configures windows to work with them on startup. To automatically update windows click on Start->Control Panel->Security center->Check if Automatic updates settings are on.
If you maintain a history of "system restore" on the laptop, you may be able to boot off the intallation cd for windows, and roll the laptop back to a point before the update was applied. This may not work since microsoft has issued several updates that cannot be removed or worked around in this fashion.