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Computer hangs, won't accept windows updates

Vista laptop:
Will not accept windows updates
Restore point problems
Host process for Windows Server error
Computer hangs

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This smells like Malware/Trojan problems to high heaven. Follow the guide below to make sure that you are not dealing with the nasties that are out there in cyberland.

Go to www.filehippo.com download a program from the center column in the anti-virus section called "MalwareBytes Anti-Malware Tool". Run the installer and allow it to update. Once it dies run the program and perform a quick scan only. Once the scan is complete it will display a button called "Show Results" The program will display all infections it finds. Now click on the "Remove Selected" button and it will delete all infections. Reboot the computer and go to the control panel and turn the system restore and firwall back on if they are still off.

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HiAre there any changes made? Intsallation of software, hardware or download.Well the best thing to do is to follow this.
Follow these instructions for reverting important Windows Vista files back to a previous state using System Restore:
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Click Next >.
Click Finish on the Confirm your restore point window to begin the System Restore.
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Immediately after logging in after the reboot, you should see a message that System Restore completed successfully.
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Check to see if whatever Windows Vista problem you were troubleshooting has been corrected by this System Restore.
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Try to do the system restore.
Go back in the previous settings (or previous date) of your laptop, when the USB ports where still working fine.

Here's how to do system restore.
  1. Navigate to the Start -> All Programs -> Accessories -> System Tools program group.
  2. Click on the System Restore program icon.
  3. Choose the Choose a different restore point radio button and then click Next >.
    Note: The default choice is Recommended restore. This restore point is probably the most recent automatically created one and is likely the best choice. However, for purposes of demonstrating the entire System Restore process in Windows Vista, I'll be continuing with the longer process of choosing a restore point manually.
  4. Choose the restore point that you want to use.
    Note: Check the Show restore points older than 5 days checkbox to see more than the most recent restore points.
    Note: Any restore points that you created, scheduled restore points that Windows Vista created, and those created automatically during the installation of certain programs will be listed here. You can not use System Restore to undo Windows Vista changes to a date that a restore point does not exist.
  5. Click Next >.
  6. Click Finish on the Confirm your restore point window to begin the System Restore.
    Note: Windows Vista will shut down to complete the System Restore so be sure to save any work you might have open in other programs before proceeding.
    Important: System Restore will not revert any of your non-system files like documents, email, music, etc. to a previous state. These types files are completely unaffected by System Restore. If your intention with this tool was to recover a deleted non-system file, try using a file recovery program instead of System Restore.
  7. Click Yes to the Are you sure you want to continue? dialog box.
  8. System Restore will now restore Windows Vista to the state that was recorded in the restore point you chose in Step 4.
    Note: The System Restore process could take several minutes as you see the "Please wait while your Windows files and settings are being restored" message. Your computer will then reboot as normal when complete.
  9. Immediately after logging in after the reboot, you should see a message that System Restore completed successfully.
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You see Installing Updates Stage 3 of 3... 0% in Vista after you start or restart your computer and it never goes past 0%. Rebooting the computer doesn't change it. It still boots to Installing Windows updates 3 of 3 and never goes past that 0% mark. Sometimes Windows will even reboot in some cases. I have found that this often happens after Windows updates. I have no idea why, but this seems to be a fairly common occurrence. The last one I repaired was caused by a Service pack 1 installation.

Here's what I have done to fix the 3 of 3 error.

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Since the computer your working on is probably stuck on this screen the first step will be a hard shut down.

Hold the power button down until the computer shuts down.

Restart the computer.

Tap the f8 key about once or twice per second to get the Safe mode screen to come up.

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Highlight the "Repair Your Computer" choice.

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You can perform system restore first to isolate the unnecessary add-ons and malware that preventing your computer to do a windows update. after doing this and still same thing you need to reinstall the windows OS.
Here's How:
1. Navigate to the Start -> All Programs -> Accessories -> System Tools program group.
2. Click on the System Restore program icon.
3. Choose the Choose a different restore point radio button and then click Next >.
Note: The default choice is Recommended restore. This restore point is probably the most recent automatically created one and is likely the best choice. However, for purposes of demonstrating the entire System Restore process in Windows Vista, I'll be continuing with the longer process of choosing a restore point manually.
4. Choose the restore point that you want to use.
Note: Check the Show restore points older than 5 days checkbox to see more than the most recent restore points.
Note: Any restore points that you created, scheduled restore points that Windows Vista created, and those created automatically during the installation of certain programs will be listed here. You can not use System Restore to undo Windows Vista changes to a date that a restore point does not exist.
5. Click Next >.
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Important: System Restore will not revert any of your non-system files like documents, email, music, etc. to a previous state. These types files are completely unaffected by System Restore. If your intention with this tool was to recover a deleted non-system file, try using a file recovery program instead of System Restore.
7. Click Yes to the Are you sure you want to continue? dialog box.
8. System Restore will now restore Windows Vista to the state that was recorded in the restore point you chose in Step 4.
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5 When prompted, click Finish to reboot the computer.
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8 After the computer restarts, click OK.

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If you just want to restore to an earlier date

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NOTICE: Before you restore the computer to an earlier operating state, save and close any open files and exit any
open programs. Do not alter, open, or delete any files or programs until the system restoration is complete.
1 Click the Start button, point to All Programs→ Accessories→ System Tools, and then click System
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2 Ensure that Restore my computer to an earlier time is selected and click Next.
3 Click a calendar date to which you want to restore your computer.
The Select a Restore Point screen provides a calendar that allows you to see and select restore points.
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4 Select a restore point and click Next.
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5 Click Next.
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6 After the computer restarts, click OK.
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2. Launch system restore under Start>All Programs>Accessories>System Tools>System Restore.

3. Just follow the steps and select a restore point (any day before this problem started).

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hi philipQ

Did your laptop come with restore CDs?, if it did, then i suggest you to a complete system restore. and see if the problem is solved.

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