Windows 10: Windows 10 booting problem after downloading and installing updates

  1.    03 Apr 2016 #1

    Windows 10 booting problem after downloading and installing updates

    I've got my HP Pavilion laptop recently fixed and the guy that fixed it installed Windows 10. Today I checked for available updates from Windows' "Update and Recovery" (that option in settings) and found a lot of updates to download, so I did it; downloaded all and installed them without a problem, then restarted the laptop in order to "finish the installation", I saw regular activity in compelting and finishing installing updates on the boot up screen (similar to Win 8), left the laptop for 5 minutes then came back to see the screen devided into 4 rectangles, 2 on the left in black and 2 on the right side in white color, this is now the same screen for nearly 3 hours.

    Is it a normal "huge update" process? -I doubt it-, so what should I do?

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  2. bro67's Avatar
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    Mac OS High Sierra 10.13.5
       03 Apr 2016 #2

    Try shutting it down and reboot.
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