Windows 10: Configuration Registry Database is Corrupt

  1.    08 Feb 2016 #1

    Configuration Registry Database is Corrupt


    Windows 10 updates including KB3124262 fail when accompanied by updates to AMD ATI Radeon HD 4300/4500 and HP w2338h monitor updates. I have the home edition and I have seen other threads indicating there is no way to selectively update with that version. The KB3124262 update is apparently successful, but the latter 2 fail because of the database corruption and all updates are removed. This has been occurring nightly and if I leave my computer on overnight(which is my normal procedure), I cannot 'wakeup' the monitor and have to force a shutdown and reboot when installed updates are removed and it is like groundhog day the next day. I bought a product Reimage that is advertised to fix this issue, but I could find nothing changed after I ran it. Does anyone have a solution?
    Last edited by jmdunham; 08 Feb 2016 at 14:05.
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