after unknown update vista fails to start and recover

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  1. aleksandra

    aleksandra

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    After installation of unknown update (I have it set as automatic so I'm not sure what was that) in my notebook I restart it

    (it can be that I also catched a virus or something but since it happend around time when automatic updates done I assume it it the problem).

    But now it is notopening. Vista is automatically trying to fix the problem but every time failed. It’s showing the following error details



    Problem event Name: Startup Repair V2

    Problem Signature 01 : Auto Failover

    Problem Signature 02 : 6.0.60000.16386.6.0.60001.18000

    Problem Signature 03 : 6

    Problem Signature 04 : 655370

    Problem Signature 05 : NoRootCause

    Problem Signature 06 : NoRootCause

    Problem Signature 07 : 0

    Problem Signature 08 : 2

    Problem Signature 09 : Wrp Repair

    Problem Signature 10 : 0

    Os version : 6.0.60000.2.0.0.256.1

    Local ID : 1033



    Http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?linkid=501638&clcid=0x0409



    Right now I can only access my note book in command mode

    So fas it looks like I have two options: format the disk or go back to fabric settings, and since I have a lot of data I don't want to do that.

    Is there a way to restore the data?



    What I can do? Please help me to solve this problem.

    and sorry for my English, it is not my native language.

    Thank you,

    Aleksandra
     
    aleksandra, May 6, 2010
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    WAW8

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    If you can't remove the update (you should NEVER have your machine set to automatic updates!) you will have to go into System Restore and set your machine back to a date prior to the update.



    Also, this forum, as the name indicates, is for Vista downloads -- not for technical questions.



    I'm moving this post to General Technical. Look for it there.
     
    WAW8, May 6, 2010
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