Windows 10: White Screen with "Do More With Your Voice" after Microsoft update Solved

  1.    1 Week Ago #1

    White Screen with "Do More With Your Voice" after Microsoft update


    Have a Windows 10 Home Acer PC (on 1709) which did a Microsoft automatic update yesterday and then rebooted and now I have a white screen as below which sits in front of everything and it is impossible to close and the accept button is greyed out. Anybody know how to stop this from happening, can not even get to safe mode.

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  2.    1 Week Ago #2

    I've got exactly the same thing from a Windows update last night. Desperate for answers as can't do anything :-(
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  3.    1 Week Ago #3

    I've just managed to get out of it by clicking elsewhere on the page which seems to un-grey the accept button - had to do this several times until eventually it disappeared. Absolutely no idea what I've accepted though! best of luck
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  4.    1 Week Ago #4

    Thanks for the info Lstocker, very helpful, also finally managed to get rid of the page by clicking lots of times until the accept button appeared for each item.

    Have then gone into privacy settings and removed all the stuff that Microsoft wants you to allow them to monitor etc.
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  5.    1 Week Ago #5

    mtsreply said: View Post
    Thanks for the info Lstocker, very helpful, also finally managed to get rid of the page by clicking lots of times until the accept button appeared for each item.

    Have then gone into privacy settings and removed all the stuff that Microsoft wants you to allow them to monitor etc.
    Yep - it's been a bit of a nightmare :-( Glad you're sorted too. Will have to check privacy settings now. Very worrying when you don't know what you're accepting but just grateful it's gone away!
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  6.    1 Week Ago #6

    I'm really grateful to Lstocker for this solution, as I was completely stuck until my colleague found this thread. Rather than randomly clicking, you can actually just click on the text of the setting you want to choose, even though no visual indication is given that you've done so. That'll enable the Approve button and allow you to move onto the next one. Thanks again, Lstocker.
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  7.    1 Week Ago #7

    communitysites said: View Post
    I'm really grateful to Lstocker for this solution, as I was completely stuck until my colleague found this thread. Rather than randomly clicking, you can actually just click on the text of the setting you want to choose, even though no visual indication is given that you've done so. That'll enable the Approve button and allow you to move onto the next one. Thanks again, Lstocker.
    You're very welcome - it took the best part of a day and tearing my hair out and a lot of swearing to find a way round it... so glad it's helped other people though :)
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