Windows 10: Deadly update of Windows 10 kills itself becoming too safe

  1.    22 Jan 2017 #1

    Deadly update of Windows 10 kills itself becoming too safe


    The automatic update of Windows 10 created a deadly combination for system software 17th of January 2017:
    * it does not boot from C: drive although the disk is ok
    * it does not let you to do nothing with mouse
    * it starts - and always - automatic online updates which
    will not succeed because it has replaced working non MS
    network drivers with new non working MS net drivers!
    * it does not let you do nothing with keyboard i.e you can
    not go to command mode not to anything

    F8 safe mode lets one in i.e it seems to work as before
    but this 17th January 2017 does not offer possibility for any safe configuration without non working updates result being so safe workstation nobody can use i.e totally unuseful!

    Booting from Windows 8.1 Pro and going to safe mode with F8
    does not let you to install Windows 8.1 Pro - only to continue with Windows 10 and only with this non workin 17 January 2017 non working update!

    To be seen whether there will ever become any working Windows 10 release for some hardware configuration not based on MS network drivers and MS display drivers - and having had challenges to get two monitor systems to work with Windows 10
    expectations are not high even if bootable/installable DVD will be available (hoping not to pay for those configurations having Windows 8.1 Pro already paid!

    Any feedback and tip related to this thread more than welcome!
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  2.    23 Jan 2017 #2

    Maybe someone can assist you, but your post made absolutely no sense to me. None.

    Could you maybe rephrase that a little.
    Last edited by pcgeek11; 23 Jan 2017 at 19:51.
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  3.    24 Jan 2017 #3

    I am not able to work with Windows 10 because it does not start properly anymore after it automatically updated itself.
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       24 Jan 2017 #4

    Just do a system restore at first boot, or re image with the image we know you created before the update

    What version of W10 were you using when this happened ?

    Are you saying this was an upgrade from Windows 8.1 ???

    And please fill in the specs of the PC this happened on.
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  5.    25 Jan 2017 #5

    Configuration for Windows 10 Update (17 Jan 2017) failing to start


    Thanks for your answer very much!

    The following hopefully helps:

    Windows Operating Systems History
    Windows 8.1 Pro <-- installed OK and worked OK with two monitors, LAN, web etc
    Windows 10 <-- installed, DISAPPOINTED BADLY: did NOT detect two monitors, gave only POOR resolution
    Windows 10 Updates <-- installed failing to detect two monitors, set itself offline, started before updates 17th of January 2017

    Restore <-- did not succeed anymore!
    "critical error when tried to create restore point" <-- hardware such as hard disks ok, capacity ok, see below

    DVD
    Windows 10 <-- does not boot!
    Windows 8.1 Pro <-- boots, does not anymore allow to install Win8.1 Pro and then Windows 10!

    Hard Disks
    Disk 0: 250Gb <-- Windows 10 is located here/Disk has been verified to be ok
    Disk 1: 1Tb
    Disk 2: 1,5Tb
    Disk 3: 1,5Tb

    Two Monitors <-- unlike Win8.1/Win7.1/Vista/ the Windows10 ans its updates never detected two monitors!
    Samsung LS24 HDMI/DVI-D monitors <-- resolution OK with NVidia/only miserable basic with MS drivers and one monitor!

    GPUs <-- powered ok with NVIDIA Control Panel/not ok with Windows 10 drivers!
    NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750Ti by MSI <-- HDMI <-- ok with NVidia 341.81 ...drivers/never with MS drivers
    NVIDIA Quadro GTX 1800FX <-- DVD-I <-- ok with NVidia 341.81 ... never with Windows 10 drivers

    CPU
    AMD Phenom II X4 955 Black Edition <-- ok for Windows 10 - at least until 17th of January 2017
    Cache L1: 512Kb
    Cache L2: 20148Kb
    Cache L3: 6Mb
    Speed: 3200 MHz NB clock: 2000MHz
    Chipset: NortBridge RD790

    Motherboard
    ASUS M4A79 DeLuxe Motherboard <-- ok for Windows 10 - at least until 17th of January 2017

    BIOS <-- ok for Windows 10 - at least until 17th of January 2017
    Version: 1202
    Build Date: 03/29/09

    RAM
    8Gb <-- enough for Windows 10 - at least until 17th of January 2017 updates

    LAN
    Realtek 8112 Gigabit LAN controller <-- always connected ok with own drivers/never with Windows10 network drivers

    Modem
    ZyXEL <-- Linux based, trusteed device, has worked properly for ages, handling LAN, WiFi, Web connections!
      My ComputerSystem Spec

  6.    25 Jan 2017 #6

    Guess it sounds like time to go back to Windows 8.
      My ComputerSystem Spec

  7.    26 Jan 2017 #7

    Thanks for advice!

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