Windows 10 Update Causes PCs to go into Reboot Loop
Windows 10 is without a doubt a great OS and feedback has been positive. However, there is an issue which led fans to criticize Microsoft and its new OS.
Windows 10 uses automatic updates and users can’t do anything to stop them. This is something that was expected to cause issues and it has started to. Updates often bring bugs and issues, which users try to avoid by not installing the update until a fix is available.
But that isn’t the case with Windows 10.
Now, a new update has been released for Windows 10 that is causing problems for users. Users are reporting that the new update is causing Windows 10 PCs to go into infinite reboot loop.
One user reported:
Downloads, reboot to install. Gets to 30% and reboots. Gets to 59% and reboots. Gets to 59% again and then states something went wrong so uninstalling the update. Wait a few minutes and reboot. Back to login screen. This happens without fail, every single time.
On the other hand, Microsoft is yet to release an official statement regarding this issue, but removing SID’s for users that no longer exist in the registry may help. However, this may permanently damage your PC, so it isn’t advisable.
We’ll let you know as soon as a solution is found, or Microsoft decided to fix it somehow. Are your experiencing similar problem?
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