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Are you the very “lucky” who installed the Windows update and now the system does not boot? Do not write off reinstalling the OS, we tell you what to do if Windows 10 does not boot after the update!

I myself did not believe that this could be, but I myself found myself in a situation where, after the next update installation, Windows 10 stopped running, and only a black background was displayed on the monitor.

Naturally, I began to panic, because of the work on the computer, important files. At first, it was decided that it was necessary to remove the hard drive and move the data, and then reinstall Windows. I also thought that in Windows 10 you can do a full reset of Windows, as well as perform troubleshooting in a special OS mode.

What to do if Windows 10 does not boot after the upgrade?

Step 1:

In Windows 10, “Safe Mode” automatically turns on if the system does not boot 3-5 times. What should be done? That’s right, start the computer, wait until the BIOS diagnostic information disappears and turn it off or restart. Repeat 3-5 times.

Step 2:

  • After which, during boot Windows will notify you that there is a “preparation for automatic recovery”, we expect

Step 3:

  • After loading safe mode, select “advanced options”

Step 4:

  • Select “Troubleshooting”

Step 5:

  • Next, Advanced Options

Step 6:

  • Find the “Uninstall Updates” option and select it

Step 7:

  • If Windows stopped loading after the update was installed, then select “Uninstall the latest fix”, if you updated the application, then “uninstall the latest component update”

Step 8:

  • Now wait until the update is removed from the computer and restart Windows

After the failed update is removed, Windows will boot successfully!

If uninstalling the Windows 10 update did not help

Then boot into safe mode again and select “System Image Recovery” – a complete reset of Windows settings, after which the system will automatically reinstall, deleting personal files on the C: \ drive.