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MikeHawthorne

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I spent all day getting my computer up and running again.
I finally had everything working and was testing Dragon Age Inquisition, the last thing I installed.

The computer dropped out to a black screen and started to reboot.
Then it said you computer cannot boot, you will need installation media to repair it.

So I put in the Window 10 disk and tried to run repair.
It said Can't repair your computer.

I was about to scream.

I tried it several more times and the last time it didn't say anything just stopped at a black screen.

I shut is off and it started rebooting, when it got going it was apparent that it was in the middle of a update again.
Just as it was when this happened a few days ago.

It finally booted up and is working again, I rebooted it several times.

But it also updated my sound drivers again so my sound is messed up.

I made a System Image file just before I finished up so maybe I can restore that but then I guess it will update again and I'll be back in the same place.

It appears that it's the automatic update that's crashing my computer and causing the boot issues.

I have it set to notify me, but it just ignores that.

Well tomorrow I'll thy and get my sound working again, before I try a system restore.
I don't trust anything anymore.

Mike

3 more reboots and several driver installs and my sound is working again. Whew.
I hope that's is for a while, at least until the next major update.
 


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But it also updated my sound drivers again so my sound is messed up.
Welcome to the club...I've been fighting this with my system as well...mine is the VIA HD audio driver.

I have it set to notify me, but it just ignores that.
It's broke...it doesn't work for anybody else that I know of.
 


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