Updating windows boot ini files as required playlists selected for updating; microsoft.support = microsoft.support
Adjust paths below for your environment and run the below commands from the “Deployment and Imaging Tools Environment” shortcut otherwise you will be launching the locally installed dism and you will receive a provisioning error.
To do so on a Windows 8 or Windows 8 system, follow these steps: Usually System Restore is enabled and running by default on Windows 8/8.1 systems.
Windows 10 has finally launched worldwide and now I am ready to start updating my boot images for deployment so what’s next…
The Windows Update loop can be fixed in most cases by deleting the following files found in the \Windows\Win Sx S\ folder: If you don’t have your original installation media to access Command Prompt, you could either follow the instructions from Fix Loop Error with Easy Recovery Essentials or check if your system has the necessary recovery tools installed on the hard drive: If System Restore was enabled and running on your system, you can try to restore your computer to an earlier date to access Windows, follow the steps to prepare for a clean boot and then install the pending Windows updates in the clean boot mode.
Similar to Windos Vista or 7 instructions, the Windows Update loop can be fixed in most cases by deleting the and files from the Win Sx S folder.