Windows 10: can't boot Win 10 after recent update

  1.    16 Dec 2014 #1

    can't boot Win 10 after recent update


    I just did an update, it had one Windows defender update and and a KB something
    it downloaded, installed and asked me to reboot.
    I did this and it did the 20%, 30% thing before restart, it shut down and restarted
    upon start, I have been sitting for an hour with the Windows logo and spinning icon

    anyone else have this issue?

    [Edit Update]
    I had a dual boot system (win 7 & win TP),
    and it must have corrupted the boot record, my system couldn't detect the hard drive.
    just going to do a re-install of everything.
    Last edited by Trust_No1; 16 Dec 2014 at 00:44.
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  2.    16 Dec 2014 #2

    Updated fine on 9901... no reboot required. I also have triple boot with Mint 17.1 and Win8.1.

    However it does not give details:


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