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EdioIlha

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Hi there fellows

There is a problem with an Update (KB2823324) that Microsoft releases this April 09 2013, that could make the System unbootable.

From a recovery console run this command:
dism.exe /image:C:\ /cleanup-image /revertpendingactions

I did not test this procedure yet, so please use at your own risk


The article here:
http://support.micro....com/kb/2823324

Affected systems is 32bit:

How to recovery console:
http://www.bleepingc...command-prompt/



I hope this helps

Best Regards EdioIlha
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Ztruker

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Excellent, did not know about that DISM parameter. I wanted to know more about it so did a bit of searching and found this:

Method 2. Using DISM to Revert Pending Actions

When you encounter such a no-boot scenario on Windows 7, and System Restore does not return you to a working state, consider the following steps:

1. If system restore does not return you to a working configuration, try using the DISM command to see what update is in a problem state:
dism.exe /image:d:\ /get-packages

2. When you run this command, you should see one or more packages listed in a Pending state. Check for known issues with the particular update or package. There may be a more direct workaround.

3. If you are unable to find another solution, use the /cleanup-image switch with DISM to revert the pending actions:

dism.exe /image:d:\ /cleanup-image /revertpendingactions

4. Once this is complete, try starting the PC into Windows.

5. If Windows starts successfully, check for other issues on the computer – disk issues, memory issues, etc. You may need to perform an in-place reinstall to repair problems with the Windows installation to prevent similar issues in the future.


Posted by John Cena here: http://social.techne...4-e3b45196cf00/
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EdioIlha

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hey there Ztruker!! :thumbsup:

Thats very nice to know I posted something useful, as I'm only absorbing information from all of the teachers here at G2G.
I'm so glad to be part of this team, and I hope very soon to participate more as a malware trusted helper!!

Thank you for complementing the information for future reference!

I really appreciate that!!

Best regards EdioIlha
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