Computer keeps restarting after updating
(For i Phone 7/7 Plus/S: "Volume Down" & "Power" buttons)For i Phone 8/Plus/X/XS/XR Max, the step to force restart is slightly different.Quickly press the Volume Up button, and then Volume Down button, keep holding the side button until the Apple logo appears on screen.It then downloaded a small Windows Defender update and certainly didn't download 1903 as that takes a while but it told me to restart to install the update, so I did but when I rebooted it showed the "Download and install" prompt again and clicking that again prompted me to restart to install the update (it didn't install the Windows Defender update again this time) and again after rebooting it was still prompting me to download and install it.So I used Update Assistant, which verified the download I already had from my previous attempt, then installed which was very quick up to 71%, then super slow to 86% and then it finished.The other one is that your i Phone keeps crashing and restarting again and again. Unstable i OS update: Often, incorrect operations can easily crash the device for i Phone is sensitive after updating to the new system because much built-in hardware is not compatible. Virus/Malware: sometimes you download some apps, if they are viruses, this will also damage your system, and then your i Phone keeps restarting Apple logo.Hardware damage: i Phone could constantly restart if you fell i Phone from high or dropped it into water for minutes.Obviously I don't know if it would have worked anyway without doing that but it certainly worked this way.It showed "Windows is updating" to 30%, then rebooted and went from 30%-75%, then rebooted and completed to 100% and loaded to the login screen and after logging in it said "please wait whilst we install some updates" and it's definitely on 1903 now. Every time Windows 10 Home decides it is time for a forced upgrade of my OS (currently on the 1709 version) I have the same nightmare.
ERROR: The system was unable to find the specified registry key or value. ERROR: The system was unable to find the specified registry key or value. Looking at the script, the only part where it deletes registry keys appears to be here: :: Reset Windows Update policies reg delete "HKCU\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\Windows Update" /f reg delete "HKCU\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\Current Version\Policies\Windows Update" /f reg delete "HKLM\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\Windows Update" /f reg delete "HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\Current Version\Policies\Windows Update" /f gpupdate /force So it may be the "gpupdate /force" line that has produced the "updating policy" and it appears to be having problems with that for some reason.You can force restart i Phone to stop all background processes and solve keeps restarting problem.To hard restart i OS device, for i Phone 6 and earlier, press "Power" and "Home" buttons at the same time and keep holding them until Apple logo appears.I guess it went to 100% but it didn't show anything higher than 86% before finishing.I remembered my grub4dos MBR is on a different SSD to the one I'm running Windows 10 from, so I set my BIOS just to boot from the Windows 10 SSD to take the multiboot out of the equation.