05-08-2015 07:41 AM
hope everyone's doing well.
before i delve into the big issue, have a minor question.
last night i was trying to update some drivers and the fan started running hot. checked the task manager and the CPU usage was 100% it was scary. anyway, i stopped the task, but the fan was running pretty wild for a good 3-5 minutes. how damaging was this to the overall condition of the laptop? hope not too bad or not at all heh..
ok so shortly after, i updated 2 things, BIOS, and Windows update.
it was late at night, i figured it would finish when i wake up, but nope, the update install was stuck. Then i restarted the computer, and got a message saying that update failed, and reverting to old changes (something along those lines).
i cant seem to get out from that message. so i went into safe mode, and tried to delete the updates one at a time, and for some reason, i cant!
now im clueless. i dont have a recovery image or cd heh... i should really set a recovery point before updating... need to remind myself to do that.
i tried to troubleshoot the updates, but windows can't fix the problems either..
how can i fix this?
05-08-2015 09:00 AM
I actually have the same issue with my PC - Desktop.
Where it'll start installing then once at 80% it'll start reverting. It gets annoying, I have suspicions that it's cause I upgraded my GPU from a HD 7400 series to a GTX 750 Ti. So I think my when I tried doing updates it was still trying to update the non-existant HD 7400 GPU and causing my installation to fail.
I'm curious to know if maybe this is a Hardware issue verses software !
05-08-2015 10:07 PM