Microsoft Windows users are having difficulty booting their machines following an update yesterday. According to the complaints, the following error message appears: There was a problem starting [some process]. Please try again later. Once the error occurs, users report that their systems automatically reboot themselves over and over again until they are able to start in Safe Mode. Users have also reported seeing the Application has generated an exception not handled error message during this ordeal as well, but this seems to be less prevalent than the There was a problem starting [some process]. Please try again later message. Booting Issues with Microsoft Windows Update
How to Troubleshoot booting issues
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If you’re having issues updating your Microsoft Windows computer, there are a few things you can try to troubleshoot the problem. First, check to see if there are any updates available for your computer. If there are, try installing them. If that doesn’t work, try restarting your computer and then checking for updates again. If you still can’t get the updates to install, try using the Windows Update Troubleshooter tool. This tool can help fix some common problems that prevent updates from installing.
How to fix boot failure during installation and upgrade of operating systems
If you experience boot failure during installation or upgrade of your operating system, it is likely due to an issue with updating. There are a few things you can do to fix this issue:
1. Check for updates to your BIOS or UEFI.
2. If you’re using an SSD, try disabling fast startup in Windows.
3. Try unplugging any external devices before you start the update process.
4. If all else fails, try reinstalling your operating system.
Fix Boot Failure in Safe Mode
If you are having issues updating your Microsoft Windows software and it is preventing your computer from booting, you can try to fix the issue in Safe Mode. To do this, restart your computer and press F8 while it is booting up. This will bring up the Advanced Boot Options menu. From here, select Safe Mode and hit Enter. Once your computer has booted into Safe Mode, try to run the updates again.
Fix Boot Failure by Repairing MBR
If you’re having issues booting after updating Microsoft Windows, the problem may be with your MBR. The Master Boot Record (MBR) is a small bit of code that tells your computer how to load the operating system. You can repair your MBR by using the Command Prompt in Windows Recovery Environment.
Fix Boot Failure by Restoring/Resetting Startup Options
If you are experiencing boot failures after updating Microsoft Windows, you can try restoring or resetting your startup options. To restore your startup options, you will need to use the System Configuration tool. To reset your startup options, you will need to use the Bootrec tool. If neither of these methods work, you may need to reinstall Microsoft Windows.
Fix Boot Failure due to Corrupt System Files
If you’re experiencing boot failures after installing a Microsoft Windows update, it’s likely due to corrupt system files. To fix this, you can try using the System File Checker tool. This will scan your system for corrupt files and replace them as needed. You’ll need an updated version of 7-Zip or WinRAR in order to extract the .sfc file from the downloaded .msu package. You’ll also need Administrative privileges in order to execute this command.