Hey man.. I don't fully understand what you meant by that. Could you articulate what you meant by:wusa /uninstall /kb:2744842 /quiet /forcestart substitute the number of the update you want to remove. You can do this from the command prompt available in the recovery console.
Hey dude. How do I find out which update caused this bootloop? I know when it happened.. but I don't know the exact update. Hope you can help with that.In installed updates look for the kb number, in that command you put that number where the 2744842 is in the example and it'll uninstall said update
No offense.. but are you sure you know what youre doing? I entered the commands as you asked and it says the syntax is wrong. Look at the attached image for the errorsFrom the command prompt type powershell to drop into a powershell prompt then type
Get-HotFix | Sort InstalledOn -Decending
You won't be able to tell, but it's likely the last one(s)
Hey man,You can try running the following from command prompt. wmic qfe list
I tried the option in win PE to reset but keep my files. But it doesn't work.On another computer I would download a newer build such as 1709 or 1803 and install that. There is an option to keep data and programs.