Windows 8.1 Checking For Updates Stuck

and this morning it simply got stuck on “Checking for updates”). Thankfully, there’s a simple workaround. All you need is a genuine copy of Windows 7 or Windows 8.1, Microsoft’s Windows 10 Media.

My Frustrating Upgrade To Windows 8.1 – Update Saturday afternoon: In reading through the comments, its appears as if a lot of other folks have had problems installing Windows 8.1 and a lot of you haven’t. Me too. I had trouble on two.

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The Windows 8.1 "boot to desktop" option is enabled when Update 1 is installed fresh on machines without touchscreens. Details remain hazy, but we’re only talking about checking one box. "SkyDrive".

Windows 8.1 launch weekend plagued by some show-stopping installation issues – Maybe I should have stuck with 7. — Brett Nordquist (@Akula.

thoroughly tested as Windows 8.1. And once you do manage to snag the update, check out PCWorld’s guide to Windows 8.1’s best new.

It’s the first major update since 10’s release and brings a plethora of new features. But what if your PC is not updating to it. Today we will see how to solve stuck Windows Updates.

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"Windows 8.1 is not designed for installation on devices running Windows XP or Windows Vista," LeBlanc said last September. LeBlanc also said the new update is "not recommended.

was no migration.

Microsoft officially unveiled Windows 8.1 at its Build conference keynote speech this morning, confirming most of the rumors we’ve been hearing for months. The company is calling the massive update.

each with its own vendor-built driver — the fact that the Windows RT 8.1 update bricked the Surface RT, which has a single set of specific components and drivers, magnified the mistake. As it stands.