Windows 10: Update to Windows 10, Version 1803 kills Lenovo laptop

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  1.    3 Weeks Ago #31

    Assuming you are referring to the upgrade to build 1803, post #9 may be relevant, which provides a way forward.
    Win10 1803 Update Woes Solved - Windows 10 Forums
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  2.    3 Weeks Ago #32

    Sorry, I neglected to mention the build that I downloaded and clean installed. I got Win 10 x64 build 1803 and the clean install went without a hitch. The OTA upgrade was a total fail. Stuff happens. My first attempt to clean install 1803 I setup the bootable USB drive as MBR. That did not work. So I redid the bootable USB drive as GPT and the install went fine.

    I was then able to connect the old HDD and rescued the data files from it. All is well.. .and even better than before now that the main drive is an SSD.
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  3.    3 Weeks Ago #33

    cwilly8 said: View Post
    A couple of days ago, update 1803 for Windows 10 Home (64 bit) installed on our desktop with no problems. However, today 1803 tried to install on our Lenovo Z50-70 laptop (also 64 bit Windows 10). We left the house, and when we got back, the laptop screen asked what keyboard I wanted to use. Uh oh, this didn't look good. I selected US, and then it took me to the Choose An Option page. Here are the options that were presented:
    ... Continue. Exit and roll back
    ... Use a device (USB, network, etc.)
    ... Use another operating system
    ... Troubleshoot (Reset PC or see Advanced Option)
    ... Turn off your PC

    I'm an experienced PC user, but no genius by any means. I selected the first option, which gave three options for rolling back, none of which worked. Nothing in the second option seems to apply. I don't have another operating system, so the third option is out. Troubleshoot seemed like the most likely place to go, but nothing there helps. Then I selected the last option to turn off the PC. Upon restarting, nothing is any better. It just starts the cycle over again with selecting a keyboard.

    It seems to me that something got corrupted during the update process. Where do I go from here? Thanks for your help.
    It appears there is a way forward from this (late I know, but perhaps you could edit your first post and add this link with the solution for others):

    Windows 10 1803 upgrade - Black Desktop of Death, Rollback Loop

    .(I see Dalchina is already on top of this! )
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  4.    3 Weeks Ago #34

    Only thanks to @syates - and the original source...
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