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Deep Freeze Program won't let computer start


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Tamayo87

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I disabled my deep freeze on my computer to let it update. After the updates were downloaded and installed I froze my computer with deep freeze again. Now everytime I turn on my computer it says system is configuring, then reverting changes due to failure to configure windows updates and it shuts down and restarts. What do I do? I can't even get on the computer. Can I stop the updates from the setup utility F2 window or boot manager F12? Or disable deep freeze from those windows?
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Thank you for replying. The only thing is it won't let me even log on to the computer before this message appears and it shuts down. Then Im stuck in this loop all over again. It starts, says it's updating, then reverting changes and it shuts down. I tried hitting F8 and doing a system restore. It all goes fine until the end when an error window shows up. I'm guessing that's the deep freeze working?
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Hello Tamayo87: :)

At this point I could only suggest please don't I repeat please don't use any registry cleaner or a fix at your own as this may worsen the whole situation. Kindly wait for the advice from Trusted Helper

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I would boot to the advance boot menu and choose Last Known Good Configuration That Worked.
Usually you can get to this by tapping F8 during bootup.
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