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Windows 7 sp1 stuck at 15 percent

windows 7 sp1 stuck at 15 percent

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Try System Restore from Advanced Startup Options (Windows 10 8) or System Recovery Options (Windows 7 Vista) if you're not able to access Safe Mode or if the restore failed from Safe Mode.
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Im afraid my HDD might be about to fail, if anyone has any idea on this too, let me know.Now I suggest entering the system first, restarting the computer and then trying the following steps to troubleshoot this issue: Step 1: Rename Windows Update Temporary folders.Reply With", 13:40 #9 Perhaps rmonroe36 can explain his slipstream method and you will have to do so as well.I realize that you're probably explicitly told not to do this by the message on the screen, but if the Windows update installation is truly frozen, you have no other choice but to hard-reboot.After pasting the above commands, please close the Notepad window.While a System Restore is a more direct way of undoing changes, in this case of a Windows update, sometimes a more comprehensive repair process is in order.Any of Microsoft's operating systems could experience freezing issues during Windows updates including Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, and more.Click the Start Button, type "msconfig" in the search bar and press Enter.Hopefully, Windows will start normally and finish installing the updates.I guess I can't relate because mine upgraded so easily, both SP1 and IE 9 RTM.The main indicator you can look for is hard drive activity.I then wrote to Microsoft Support to report the situation and am awaiting their take on all of this.In my estimation, short of doing a clean install, I will get nowhere unless Microsoft puts out a patch for this Service Pack because I'm sure it is flawed.I would like to have this up to date and then install IE9.Both installed marvelously and are running very well with no complaints so far.Thank all of you for all your suggestions but I just don't have another day or so to try all this over and over with negative results.If so, log on as you normally would and let the updates continue to install successfully.See the link in Step 3 if you're not sure how to start in Safe Mode.After king 2 hearts episode 1 trying numerous suggestions he called Microsoft for assistance and suggestions/recommendations.